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27-Jul-2017 20:56

Or you could also just do it because it looks amazing, and then people will think you did it to symbolize conflict. ) You could also try placing the key light at a high elevation, angled higher above your subject’s head but pointing down toward your subject. Ooh.) While you’re at it, you might have a reason to place the key light low below the subject, and then point it up toward them.

This placement would create deep shadows in their eye sockets — usually an undesirable look — but if you’re trying to make the subject look sinister for some reason, you might like this technique. This lights the chin and the underside of the nose.

This is called “side lighting” because…well…they’re lit from the side.

If you’re shooting a film, you might use side lighting to symbolically represent the conflict the character is feeling.

You have total freedom, so play with it and see what looks you like. The purpose of the fill light is simply to fill in the shadows caused by the key light.

When you turn on the key light and nothing else, you might find that the overall look of the image is too dramatic and contrasty. One thing to be cautious about — the fill light should not create a second shadow.

It’s a freaky look that can make your subject appear evil. You probably wouldn’t have to think too hard to come up with reasons for using this kind of lighting in a film…Two men plotting an assassination around a campfire, or one man threatening another man over a dinner table lit only by a candle on the surface beneath them. This places the entire subject in shadow which we commonly call a silhouette.

It has the power to transform an otherwise boring and flat image into a dynamic interesting image with a subject that “pops”.

It’s not as difficult as you might think to use the 3 point lighting technique, and in this article, I’ll share with you what I’ve learned…

These “gels” are semi-transparent gray sheets that you can put over the light to reduce the light without changing its color.

Why am I spending so much time discussing reducing the intensity of the fill light?The purpose of the key light is to put the light on the subject. A good rule of thumb if you’re trying to create a standard look… Imagine that you’re shooting video of a standard talking head, and they’re facing the left side of the frame.