Lighting for Film & Video

Prerequisite: Film Production 1 or Video Production 1. 42 Classroom hours.

FLM 234 A : Thur

In order to demystify the problems involved in lighting for motion pictures, students participate in a variety of lighting and shooting situations. Among the topics covered are: the differences between lighting for film and for video, light sources, light metering, lighting styles and tools. Excerpts from classic and contemporary films and videotapes are viewed and discussed. Students are encouraged to show their current or previous work in class for the purpose of addressing lighting issues. Grading is based on written exams, homework and participation.


Class begins January 12, 2017
Tuition: $615 (discounted to $575 if registered and payed in full ON-LINE by Sunday Jan. 1, 2017.)