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3201 Notes Feb 4 - Light and shadow: Light is necessary for...

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Light and shadow: Light is necessary for shots. Shadows define texture, detail, shape, space, location and time. Shadows create 3-D on 2-D screens. Height and width. Shadows and depth. Diffused light: general illumination, soft or transparent shadows. Directional light: precise beam, hard shadows. Hard shadow. Two types of shadow: attached and cast. Attached shadows: show form and texture, Cast shadows: can be seen independent, disconnected or attached, suggest location, position, time of day or season. Not connected. Two types of cast shadow: Independent Attached shadow and cast shadow: light and shadows help us see an event. They can orient us to space, create texture and depth, and tell us the time of day or season. Shadows create mood. Falloff: Brightness contrast between light and shadow. Rate of change between light and shadow. Fast Falloff: high contrast, sun or spotlight, dramatic effect, less detail. Slow Falloff: gradual change, higher intensity of fill. No falloff/ Flat lighting:
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course COMM 3201 taught by Professor Markneuman-scott during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.

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