How To Make Your Close Ups Look Cinematic!

How To Make Your Close Ups Look Cinematic!

Quick Tips Episode 1 We learn how to make your close ups look more cinematic using two techniques, Diffusing light and Bouncing light. Learning to use these techniques you can stop stressing on not having enough diffuse or bounce to cover your wide shot and just make your close ups look cinematic. This is a technique used in many movies and television shows so dont be afraid if things look a little different when you cut close ups.
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