Some lighting effect examples


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Some lighting effect examples

Let's move onto some examples. First, I'm going to arrange my window just so we can get things closer together. Here's a clip of a women in an office. It's nicely done, it's nicely lit. It just doesn't have much going on. There is no lights going on in the background, three is no lights going across her face. It's relying on the action to carry the whole shot. Well, we can enhance this by adding lighting layers. For example, let's turn on this candidate. Again, this is a sort of soft, out of focus, gently moving candidate that may make a good lighting layer.

When choosing our composite mode, my first candidate is usually Overlay. We like to see if that one works, then I'll move off of this one and try other ideas. In this case, it adds some nice highlights and some nice interesting kind of color saturated shadows to this footage. Notice in Final Cut, as soon as I use the composite mode, my Render bar goes red. I'll hit Command+R to go ahead and ...

Some lighting effect examples
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Some lighting effect examples provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the Final Cut Pro: Lighting Effects in Post

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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