CINEMATIC LIGHTING: Color Gels

CINEMATIC LIGHTING: Color Gels

Color can be something often left out of the planning of a short film. Color and coloring your lights can have a significant impact in your scene if used right. Today we are looking at how color and using color gels can serve the story you are telling and how it can be a detail that can elevate your movie.

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The images used as examples in the video are from the following films DPd by Vittorio Storaro:

Apocalypse Now 1979
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
Adapted from: Heart of Darkness, Dispatches
Screenplay: Francis Ford Coppola, John Milius, Michael Herr

The Last Emperor 1987
Director: Bernardo Bertolucci
Story by: Puyi
Costume design: James Acheson

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