Pages 1 - 52: Writing in Motion, Shooting Methods, Visual Language
Take a portrait of any subject.
Pages 103-129 Lighting Basics, Read Nestor Alemndros chapter in Masters of Light
Take a photo or short video of a subject where the aesthetic/mood is effected by the light.
Read: pages 53 – 66 language of the lens, 269-285 optics & focus
Take multiple pictures of the same subject at different frame sizes.
Pages 67-75, Visual storytelling, 181-208 exposure
Shoot a short scene that reveals motivation of light.
Revisit pages 16-33 shooting methods, 77-102 cinematic continuity
Shoot a short scene that uses multiple shots with different focal lengths or aperture settings to comment on the subject by the shift in compression of space or depth of field.
Shoot the same location twice with different lighting to lead discussion on how the lighting helps establish and change a space.
Pages 209-226 camera movement.
Line script and create shot list for provided scene.
Pages 129-146 Lighting Sources.
Shoot a scene where lighting plays a role as a character.
Pages 147-180 HD cinematography.
Shoot scene where something is revealed through camera movement.