Film 150 Feb 29

Film 150 Feb 29 - Film 150 Feb 29 CONTROLLABLE PROPERTIES...

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Film 150 Feb 29 CONTROLLABLE PROPERTIES OF LIGHT 1. Direction a. Where is light coming from? i. Mood ii. Motivated vs. unmotivated sources 2. Intensity a. How bright is dark? b. How dark is dark? c. Technical issue: Exposure 3. Diffusion a. The boundary between light and shadow b. “hard light” i. distinct/defined boundary ii. also reveals texture c. “soft light” i. indistinct/ undefined boundary ii. creation of soft light 1. diffusing materials 2. bounce 4. Color a. “white light” i. combination of all colors b. color temperature i. dominant color(s) of spectrum 1. daylight (blue) 5500˚K 2. tungsten (orange/red) 3200˚K ii. control 1. color temperature a. control media (‘GELS’) b. “CTO” lowers color temperature, “CTB” raises the color temperature 2. artistic color a. mood and motivation 5. Shape a. Removing/sculpting light to create shadows b. Creation of shadow (‘GRIPOLOGY’) 6. Frequency a. TV, candle, fire, projector 7. Movement a. Light traveling through space CATEGORIES/FUNCTIONS OF LIGHT KEY
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