lecture 6 - lecture 6 23:55 Intensity/Contrast Contrast-...

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Unformatted text preview: lecture 6 23:55 Intensity/Contrast Contrast- the relationship between the lightest and darkest part of the shot. High key- brightly lit, little shadows, light is even across the frame, feels like there is a lot of ambient light. Means there is a low contrast between the lightest and darkest parts of the image. Low key- shadowing dark regions, little to no fill light in relation to the key light. High contrast between the brightest and darkest parts of the frame. Tips for Exposing light 1. What to do in high contrast lighting situations prioritize split the difference add more light or reduce light 2. General principles don’t block the light from reaching the globe measure contrast by taking reading all over the frame Questions for analyzing light 1. What kind of shadow does it cast (is it hard or soft)? 2. What angle is it coming from? 3. How bright is it? In relation to other lights (contrast)?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course CA 355 taught by Professor Aarongranat during the Spring '12 term at Wisconsin.

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lecture 6 - lecture 6 23:55 Intensity/Contrast Contrast-...

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