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F3030 - Everything you Need to Know About In Set Lighting, Acting & Shooting the Scenes

Everything you Need to Know About In Set Lighting, Acting & Shooting the Scenes
Item No. F3030

Everything you Need to Know About In Set Lighting, Acting & Shooting the Scenes

Series: Training in Digital Filmmaking
Item No: F3030
Length: 105 minutes
UPC: 709629230309
Copyright: 2011
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 11-Adult
Age Range: 17-Adult
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The course teaches: ON SET LIGHTING & CAMERA: Avoiding Trade Marks On Screen, Setting Proos, Adding Color To The Set And Practical's, Setting The Tones For The Scene, Using Spot Bulbs, Ceiling Fill Lights, Gamma Tones - Mid Tones and Color, Gamma Noise, Multiple Shots - Varying Angles, Height, Framing, Close-Ups, Jib Down Shot, Dolly Shot - Reveal - Costume Reveal, Dutch Angle, Camera Roll, Setting the White Balance in the Field, Reflectors - Soft Gold - Hard Gold - Soft White, HMI and Daylight, Using Dimmers, Leaning The Jib with the Actor, Jib Left and Right Movement, Director of Photography (DP) Shot Options, Steady Shots, Tilt Down to Actor Angle, Natural Jib Vs. Unnatural Zoom, Cutting From Wide Shot to Close-Up, Measuring The Light Positions, Using Natural Light, Microphones - On Camera Vs. Boom, Underexposure Shots. ON ACTING: Jib Usage, Dolly VS. Zoom, Lighting in the Pocket, Props, Imaging the Scene, Preparing the Actor to Portray the Character, Reversing The Scenes, Controlling The Scene Action, Refining The Actors Movement with the Crew, Blocking The Shot, Using Storyboards, Setting The Scene Shadows, Multiple Takes, Side Looks, Hitting The Marks for Light Pockets. SHOOTING THE SCENES: Grouping Shots, Multiple Shots, Setting the Eye Line, Over the Shoulder Shots, Line of Sight, Defining the Left and Right Angles, Perspectives, Creative Shots.

Film School in a Box! This is movie making in action, teaching set etiquette, communication, decision-making and real-life production, all while watching a full feature film being made. For 12 days, the crew of this film worked hard alongside motivated cast, a passionate director and a jovial producer. This course teaches the equipment section of the movie, not the story. It shows the actors performance from take to take and what equipment was used and modified to shoot each scene, showing the errors made along the way and how to correct them to achieve the final movie.

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