Happy Sunday Creative Army!
Have you had a creative weekend so far? I have some content here for you that is sure to get the creative juices flowing, so grab your coffee and let's dive in.
First up, Apurture shares how to nail cinematic film lighting in your next project. They talking using key lights, shadows, camera placement, color contrast, and fill lights to make your subject beautifully cinematic. You will see examples from commercials and films like Atomic Blonde, The Social Network, John Wick, A Wrinkle in Time, The Godfather, Hail Caesar!, and more.
Next up, The Hollywood Reporter hosts an epic series of roundtables featuring some of the biggest names in entertainment. In this video, they sit down with comedy aficionados Ted Danson (Cheers, The Good Place), Jim Carrey (Kidding, Ace Ventura, The Mask), Sacha Baron Cohen (Who Is America?, Borat), Henry Winkler (Barry, Arrested Development), Don Cheadle (Black Monday, Avengers: Endgame), and Timothy Simons (Veep, Inherent Vice). You are sure to get a whirlwind of inspiration from this unparalleled group of performers.
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Wishing you a very happy, healthy, & creative Sunday.
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