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How to Light Night Interiors

Night Interiors: The Build I’m going to take you through how I light night interiors, and those night interiors will transition from our practical light into moonlight and urban...

Night Interiors: The Shoot

As we’ve gone over previously, lighting night interiors takes time and patience to get it right. There’s a specific mood that you don’t want to feel as forced or...

Night Interiors: The Finesse

Anytime you’re dealing with the sheers, if you notice I’ve put grey sheers in here, if you’re doing night interiors, night exteriors – grey sheers are the secret. Because...

Night Interiors: The Build

I’m going to take you through how I light night interiors, and those night interiors will transition from our practical light into moonlight and urban sources that we replicate....

Headlight Gag: The Build (DIY)

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Moonlight Grey: Part 2

Tungsten across the board looks like the best and most realistic moonlight source because it looks silver, and has a soft gray like the moon. Since our sources are...

Moonlight Grey: Part 1

Now we are going to create a gray moonlight. For gray, I like to use tungsten lights because they have a beautiful silver quality. We are going to use...

Moonlight Blue: The Shoot

Our scene tonight is moody and mysterious. We have two girls running down a hillside through this smoke amongst all this shadowy tree dapple with simulated moonlight backlighting them....

Moonlight Blue: The Setup (DIY)

The sun is setting, and we are going to start lighting before we run out of daylight. The first thing you want to set when you’re doing night exteriors...

Moonlight Blue: The Scout

Many of you have asked how I light at night, so in this How to Light Night Exteriors series, I want to show you my style of night lighting.

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