Great films painted their actors and sets with light that evoked emotions in the audience. When it is your turn to make a movie, you must ask two questions:
1) "Where should I put the LIGHT?" A single strategically placed light can work the magic of four or five incorrectly placed lights.
2) "How to create SHADOW?" Anybody can switch on a light and flood a scene with light and make it flat and boring. But it is with shadows that you create shape, dimension, depth, and mood.
Light and Shadow Boot Camp is a one-weekend, INTENSIVE, HANDS-ON WORKSHOP for independent filmmakers who want to learn fast, simple and effective lighting techniques without a big budget.
It focuses on sensible, easily applied skills to do a lighting set-up. Participants will quickly become adept at lighting real-world situations through demonstrations, Q&A's, and hands-on experience. You will learn the tips and tricks to creating polished and dynamic lighting that can set mood and capture an audience.
WHEN: February 12-13 (Sat-Sun) 11am-3pm
For More Info: www.solarnyc.com
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“Very hands-on! Best way to learn” - Oscar Pantino, Network News Cameraman
“This class takes you to a new level of excellence. You can take those skills into your production and save time and money!” - Kim Albert, Writer/Producer
Solar Film/Video Productions
NY, NY 10012
212 473 3040