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A study of the ways the director uses his most powerful storytelling tool.
Get creative by using gobos for more theatrical lighting.
Balancing light and dark in your image – the cinematic way.
An intro to incorporating holograms into your film.
A roundup of tutorials about working with only natural or available light.
A roundup of ways to work on and improve you lighting in isolation.
Colour and flexibility in The Neon Demon and Honey Boy.
Potentially eliminate the need for (not to mention the cost of) additional lighting equipment such as flags, screens and gags?
Explainers and tutorials about the film-making secret to controlled, “natural” light.
“Sometimes, in order to get to the deepest emotional depths of a character, capturing a feeling, rather than reality, is more important.”
The unusual and enlightening process of Paul Thomas Anderson’s celebrated film.