LIGHTING ESSENTIALS-a SHOT iN THE DARK-FILM LIGHTNING
For a limited time, we are offering a special price for this two-book package:
Film Lighting (REVISED AND EXPANDED) by Kris Malkiewicz and A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget by Jay Holben.
In Film Lighting, Malkiewicz interviews such ASC cinematographers as Conrad Hall, Allen Daviau, James Wong Howe and Vilmos Zsigmond, as well as gaffers James Plannette, Richmond Aguilar and Richard Hart, to glean an array of tips and techniques for lighting on location and in the studio. Malkiewicz is a co-founder of the film department at the California Institute of the Arts and also authored Cinematography.
For A Shot in the Dark, Holben taps his experiences as a gaffer and cinematographer on a variety of low-budget productions to share invaluable lessons on lighting for DV with limited means. Holben has been writing for American Cinematographer since 1996 and works as an independent producer/director.
Together, these books form an indispensable resource for all filmmakers who want to learn more about lighting.
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