As this book comes to a close, there are a few ideas I’d like to leave you with; read on!
If there’s one thing I can advocate above everything else, it’s to never get stuck thinking of the “right” way to light a scene. There is not necessarily a right or wrong when it comes to lighting. As you work more and more with lighting, you’ll learn to trust your instincts. Learn to “see” light, as I talked about in the introduction, and apply these memories to your lighting situations.
In every situation, you need to ask yourself the following questions:
What is most important for the audience to see?
How do I best represent the mood and emotion I want to convey?
How do I achieve these objectives within the limitations ...