Motion Picture and Video Lighting, Second Edition, is your indispensable guide to film and video lighting. Written by the author of the industry bible Cinematography, this book explores technical, aesthetic, and practical aspects of lighting for film and video. It will show you not only how to light, but why. Written by a professional in the field, this comprehensive book explores light and color theory; equipment; and techniques to make every scene look its best. Now in full color, Motion Picture and Video Lighting is heavily illustrated with photos and diagrams throughout. This new edition also includes the ultimate 'behind the scenes' DVD that takes you directly on a professional shoot and demonstrates technical procedures and equipment. In addition, 20 video clips include: lighting demonstrations, technical tests, fundamentals of lighting demos, and short scenes illustrating different styles of lighting.(a) FIGURE 8.1 (a) Two water tanks and a pipe are an analogy for voltage or electrical potential. (b) Two water tanks ... well for electricity. Imagine a big water tank with a pipe leading out ... Clearly, the size of the pipe influences how fast the water flows and how much of it can flow through in a certain time. The size of the ... Too much water flowing (too much pressure) might make a pipe burst. Too muchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Motion Picture and Video Lighting|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2012-11-12|