Location Lighting for Television
The first book of its kind to introduce the problems of location lighting for single camera operators and provide an insight into the technology and techniques required to solve those problems. The approach is of a basic and introductory nature, geared toward the student and trainee cameraman. Professionals needing a refresher course on the subject will also find this an invaluable reference packed with key information, theory and practical approaches to different lighting situations.
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2 Lighting basics
3 Television camera basics
4 Television optics
5 Colour television
6 Colour temperatureND filters
7 Camera sensitivity how much light do we need?
8 Light sources
14 Basic lighting on location
15 Lighting in the real world
16 Vision control and measurements
17 Exterior lighting
18 Expanding the basics
19 Planning essentials
20 Lighting and sound pickup
21 Lighting standards
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