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Lighting for Digital Video and Television, 3rd Edition by John Jackman

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Now that we’ve covered some basic lighting setups, studio lighting, and procedures for fixing common problems, let’s move on to more complex and subtle lighting. This is the type of lighting that in the past was used only in Hollywood films and thus has come to be known as “film-style” lighting.

As television and video production has become more sophisticated, and as digital moviemaking has emerged as an art, film production values have filtered down into the video world. The gulf between video and film has closed; some television series shot on video are produced with the same production values as feature films. The standards for episodic television ...

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