How To: Use lighting ratios for film and video shoots

Use lighting ratios for film and video shoots

This is an absolutely fundamental concept and is important to development as a filmmaker. It's a really simple pice of shorthand that cinematographers and gaffers use to keep track of lighting setups across different shooting days. It's called a lighting ratio or a contrast ratio.

Mike from the SubStream's "Film Lab" has some tips regarding film lighting.

Grab your light meter, because here comes Professor Mike's lesson on lighting ratios, a concept that's easier to understand than you might think. Impress the technicians on your next film shoot.

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