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The effects of film lighting

How can a director use the camera work and lighting to evoke emotions in film? Think of a film during which your emotions changed. How might this change have been influenced by the cinematography? Consider landscapes, mood lighting, light and color emphasizing faces or actions, etc. Explain your answer in about 200 words.

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As you validate how can a director use the camera work and lighting to evoke emotions in film, one can use brightness to show a lively tone or mood among characters or setting or darkness to create suspense, foreboding, or psychological tension, etc.

As you think of a film during which your emotions changed and how this change was influenced by the cinematography, I use Drive as an ...

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