Contains over 15 minutes of extensive video content and analysis.
You will learn:
- Understanding the etiquette to properly light day interiors on a sound stage
- Being cognizant on what it takes to create day exterior light.
- What research you need to do to match your stage light to location lighting.
- Understand the different characteristics of the sun during the different times of day.
- How to emulate a certain quality of light.
- Communicating with your gaffer early on is essential to dialing in your look.
- Knowing the right tools to get the job done on the day.
- Understanding how various factors will affect your quality of light.
- Reviewing the script and analyze what the scene is asking for.
- Understanding the story and what makes sense for your characters.
- Using various lighting gels and control to dial in your look.
- Why NOT to rely on the sun
The sun is one of Hollywood’s favorite light sources, but it isn’t always the easiest to work with. Sometimes you’ll find yourself on a stage where you need to replicate the sun and it can be challenging to figure out how to exactly do that!
In this video lesson, Shane Hurlbut, ASC reveals the steps he took to lighting day interiors for the TV series, “Into the Badlands” (2015). Shane discusses the tools that dialed in the look, how to communicate with his team, and what it took to obtain that quality of light. By the end, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge to light day interiors on a set with confidence!
Shane’s Inner Circle members through 5/16/18 received this content as part of their membership.