LIGHTING FOR FILM, BOOK 2 is now available on the iBookstore. It contains sections on Lighting the Set, Working with Daylight and Reviewing Exposure. These sections are also available as individual books for those of you who prefer to buy them separately.
The next topic is Operating the Camera and we expect that The Camera Department Inventory will be available late April.
If you have an iPad and would like a free copy of Lighting for Film, Book 1, just copy and paste one of the following codes to your computer. They will take you directly to the iBookstore. They can only be used once so if you miss out, look out for more free books in the New Year.
The codes have all gone so we have removed them to save confusion. Sorry if you missed out, but there will be more next year, so look out for them.
We hope you enjoy our first book on lighting and that you find the areas it includes enable you to both expand and improve your current lighting techniques. It covers the lighting inventory, three point lighting and a lighting location recce. Itís great for anyone just starting out in lighting as well as being an excellent resource manual.
Book 2 should be available in the New Year with sections on lighting the set, working with daylight and exposure. We will announce it in the Production Diary as soon as it is available on the iBookstore.
You can now find our FREE Do It Yourself Film Course publication on the iBookstore, so use the button on the left of this screen to get your free copy. The Lens and Its Image is also on the store and contains more than 90 minutes of movie clips which explain how to get the most out of your lenses in an easy to understand way. Over 100 photographs are also used to explain different processes, so by the time you've finished the book you will look at your lenses in a new light !! Don't delay in improving your film making skills.