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EXT. LOS ANGELES – DAY
In the world of filmmaking, daylight can have many different creative and narrative meanings. While harsh daylight can imply a character’s struggle, softer “Hollywood” daylight can convey hope or change.
In today’s episode of Ask Aputure, Ted from the A-Team walks us through four different ways filmmakers and cinematographers film daylight exteriors to achieve a cinematic look that enhances a character and/or scene. Use one of these four cinematic techniques in your next film project to help enhance your narrative and character development.
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Filmmaker Ted Sim teaches the four most common types of daylight looks using in Hollywood and independent films. Aputure’s YouTube channel provides free high quality cinematography, lighting, and filmmaking educational content to help you take your film projects to the next level.
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