COMM 119 TVP1 - Lighting Basics (PP #6)

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LIGHTING 101:

LIGHTING 101 The use of light and shadow to create a desired effect and mood

LIGHTING 101:

LIGHTING 101 SOFT LIGHT: Light that tends to “wrap” around objects, casting diffused shadows with soft edges HARD LIGHT: Light that sharply accentuates the textures and details in an object

LIGHTING 101:

LIGHTING 101 FLOODLIGHT: Diffused Lighting with a Wide & Indistinct Beam that Produces Soft, Translucent Shadows

LIGHTING 101:

LIGHTING 101 SPOTLIGHT: Directional, well-defined lights that produce harsh and distinct shadows

LIGHTING 101:

LIGHTING 101 FRESNEL (“FRA-NEL”) SPOTLIGHT: Can be a floodlight OR a spotlight through the use of a focus control knob and “barn doors”

KEY LIGHT:

KEY LIGHT Principal Light Reveals the basic shape of the subject

BACK LIGHT:

BACK LIGHT Separates subject from background Provides outline

FILL LIGHT:

FILL LIGHT Controls shadows

TRIANGLE LIGHTING:

TRIANGLE LIGHTING Key Light Back Light Fill Light Most location shoots/interviews use TRIANGLE LIGHTING

EXPANDED LIGHTING:

Back Light Side Light - Additional Fill Light EXPANDED LIGHTING

EXPANDED LIGHTING:

EXPANDED LIGHTING Back Light Kicker Light – Additional Back Light

EXPANDED LIGHTING:

EXPANDED LIGHTING Key Light Back Light Fill Light Kicker Light Background Light – Lights the Literal Background

LIGHTING BASICS:

LIGHTING BASICS Flat Lighting: MOST TELEVISION STUDIO SHOOTS EMPLOY FLAT LIGHTING AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE

REVIEW: TRIANGLE LIGHTING:

REVIEW: TRIANGLE LIGHTING Key Light Back Light Fill Light

LOOKING AHEAD::

LOOKING AHEAD: FINAL: Wednesday, 12/18: NO BOOK, NO NOTES! Use past quizzes & class materials to study – quizzes are up on Blackboard

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