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Interior and Exterior Lighting

Everything you shoot is either indoors or outdoors.
Each light has its advantages and limitations.

. As you shoot an exterior (outdoor) scene, you may
want the spectacular intensity of the sun at high noon. Or, the scene calls for
the moody waning light immediately after sunset, known as the magic hour. Each
option has its own effect on an exterior scene. However, outdoor shooting can
pose real challenges. Along with the sun’s continual movement, its degrees of
brightness can fluctuate dramatically through the shooting day. When the sun is
your key light, it might need to be partially blocked out or augmented by fill
lights or back lights. An exterior set can be shot at night but lit to look
like daylight, or vice versa.

Shooting interior (indoor) scenes poses fewer
challenges as video cameras and shooting formats become more advanced and
lightsensitive. A camera’s iris, for example, can play with light and color and
go from automatic to manual. This avoids the camera’s normal tendency to focus
on the best-lit object in the scene.

Both interior and exterior lighting can be adjusted by
using reflectors (also called bounce cards ). These are glossy, white
lightweight cards in various sizes that reflect light onto an object or actor.
Large silks (squares of translucent material) can be strategically hung and
positioned to filter the sunlight and maintain lighting consistency. In some
cases, a light-filtering paper gel called neutral density (ND) is placed onto
windows to keep outside light from being too harsh; in other situations, thick
dark velvet curtain material blocks out sunlight entirely.