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ABOUT THIS MODULE

Once you understand three point lighting, how do you further craft and refine the key light to create the appropriate light for your scene? In this module, we’ll look at a number of techniques you can use on set for lighting actors. Vibrantly demonstrated at Panavision Studios in Hollywood, each technique is methodically demonstrated so you can use them on your set.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 25:20 video that walks you through advanced lighting techniques
  • Complete resource guide
  • Techniques for lighting men and women

LEARN

  • Various techniques for crafting the key light
  • How to use cutters to create a haircut
  • Advanced diffusion techniques so your actress looks exquisite
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