WEEK 3 – LIGHTING

5 Photos:

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Created natural light – bonfire

photo 1

Natural light with un-natural Christmas lights

photo 2

Natural day light

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Natural day light and lit with a street light

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Natural day light at sundown.

Colour theory:

Colour theories creates a logical guide to colour mixing and the visual effects of specific combinations of colours.
The 3 usual categories:
-Colour wheel
-Colour harmony
-Context of how colours are used

http://www.colormatters.com/color-and-design/basic-color-theory

The reasoning behind why colour theories is logical, is so that they can be organised by colour.

Mise-en-scene:

Mise-en-scene is a term used to explain the aspects of a film, mentioning sets, costumes, make-up, sound, lighting etc. The mise-en-scene is used to help influence the film so that all sections can be thoroughly analysed.

 Mise-en-scene relating to colour theory:

Colour theories creates a logical guide to colour mixing and the visual effects of specific combinations of colours.
The 3 usual categories:
-Colour wheel
-Colour harmony
-Context of how colours are used
The reasoning behind why colour theories is logical, is so that they can be organised by colour. Mise-en-scene is a term used to explain the aspects of a film, mentioning sets, costumes, make-up, sound, lighting etc. Mise-en-scene relates to colour theory as they both are logical guides relating to the appearance of the final production of the film.

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