Digital video students and enthusiasts must learn lighting fundamentals and techniques to enhance the visual quality of their work. Moreover, since lighting specifications for digital video differ significantly from those for analog video or film, professional videographers and cinematographers must learn how to adapt their lighting skills for this new digital medium to ensure that the final product meets broadcast standards.
This complete course in digital video and television lighting begins with how the human eye and the camera process light and color, progresses through the basics of equipment and setups, and culminates with practical lessons on how to solve common problems. It features clear illustrations and real-world examples that demonstrate proper equipment use, safety issues, and staging techniques. Detailed diagrams, figures, and photos illustrate techniques that enable novices to complete basic lighting setups. This new edition also features a 16-page color insert and new chapters on interview setups and lighting for low budgets.
Get a complete course in video and television lighting from a seasoned pro. Detailed illustrations and real-world examples demonstrate proper equipment use, safety issues, troubleshooting, and staging techniques. This new edition features an 8-page 4-color insert and new chapters on interview setups, as well as low-budget lighting set-ups.
Offers a complete course in digital television and video lighting. Novices learn how to complete basic lighting setups reliably, and readers with an artistic eye and imagination learn to create unique film lighting styles and dramatic imagery that adheres to the legal exposure standards for digital video. Softcover. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
is the head of Inspirata Films, an independent film production company based in the North Carolina, and an ordained pastor in the Moravian Church. John shares the wisdom he has gained in producing video for 30 years as a contributing editor and columnist for 'DV Magazine,' in lighting and digital video production workshops for film schools, the American Film Institute, and the DV Expo.