Join Jem Schofield for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing the location, part of Advanced Cinematic Video Lighting.
- Okay, so now that you've actually watched the scene…that we shot,…we are now going to start…to get into the whole thing…about what we saw when we came into the space…and what kinds of problems we ran into…and really start to break down the lighting for this.…But before I do that,…I want to introduce my partner in crime…in not only this course,…but in the Cinematic Video Lighting course…that I've done prior to this.…And this is Greg Pickard.…How are you?…- Good, doing well, thanks.…
- So Greg is, he's a lot of different things,…and he's sort of two people in one.…He's a Director of Photography in his own right,…and I would say that on these courses for me,…I really lean onto you,…not only for some creative input,…but you really are holding the role…of a Key Grip and a Gaffer,…and pretty much everybody else…that sits under those two departments.…So it's pretty awesome.…And then the other people that you don't see…that are on the other side of those cameras,…they are the crew that really allow us…to do all of this stuff.…
In this project-based course, producer, DP, and educator Jem Schofield of theC47 guides you through three different production scenarios: a narrative scene, a commercial project, and a corporate project. As in his original course, Cinematic Video Lighting, Jem doesn't just talk at you about lighting concepts, he appears on set with a crew, taking you through each project scenario and breaking down the creative decisions that helped accomplish the look and feel of each production. He goes into the equipment, space, and of course, the lighting setups for each project.
- Lighting large spaces
- Creating mood with lighting and color
- Lighting products within a scene
- Lighting outside environments
- Shooting actor close-ups
- Lighting with professional and natural lights