Lighting and roles notes

Lighting and roles notes - the one that makes everything...

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Lighting and Producer Role Lights shooting outside there’s lots of light might not need to add light if it’s broad daylight inside light is adequate since you can see your subject clearly professional movie or TV production includes a lot of lights news interviews even in broad daylight the news cameras often have little lights on them lighting is even more important if it’s dark outside/if indoors dedicated light kit three-point lighting spotlight on your subject smaller fill light on other side to remove the shadows backlight behind to separate silhouette from the background digital equipment workflow from camera to media to storage to computer editing Producer
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Unformatted text preview: the one that makes everything happen ● in charge of being sure that you have everything that you need to make the movie ● has overall responsibility for the movie ○ the script (how is that getting written?) ○ the cast (who are the actors?) ○ the crew (who is doing what?) ○ the equipment (where to acquire everything?) ○ the location (where to shoot the movie, and how to get the correct permissions?) ● needs to be organized ● good attention to detail Scriptwriter ● work with the director to break the overall script down into a shot list ● specific shots to be obtained ● have everything outlined in a script ○ sometimes you can only film once...
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