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Chapter 14. Creating Lights > Setting the Scene’s Mood

Setting the Scene’s Mood

One of the first things to consider in lighting your scene is the time of day. A good exercise to demonstrate how much difference lighting can make is to create and light the same scene in three or four different lighting scenarios. You can set up one scene to have a scary and luminous quality (Figure 14.3), and then relight the scene for a bright summer day (Figure 14.4). You will quickly see how essential lighting is to a well-produced scene.

Figure 14.3. You can use light to create specific moods—for example, ominous and scary, as shown here.



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