Anatomy of Lighting A Scene

Past workshop, not currently available

Lighting a scene for a film is an essential and exciting role a cinematographer plays in the creation of a film. This workshop takes participants through the process of lighting a scene that is ready to shoot from different camera angles. This includes determining camera position and lens selection after blocking the scene, evaluating existing available light, the selection and positioning of light sources, through to lighting the scene, and determining exposure and shooting simple coverage. The workshop is intended for individuals who have a basic understanding of cameras, lighting and grip equipment from previous workshops and would like to put all the pieces together to use their newfound skills on future projects.

$190 Members / Students | $230 Non-Members
Philip Letourneau

Philip Letourneau


Philip Letourneau is a Cinematographer who has had the pleasure of working on a variety of projects ranging from dramas and documentaries, to corporate videos, commercials, and music videos. He has worked with a several film and digital formats including Red, Alexa, and HD as well as 35mm, 16mm, and Super 8mm film over the years. He is a member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers and a long time member of the CSIF.