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If you know of any kick ass books on lighting techniques please let me know. It would be a bonus if they are written by a film great (ie Stanley Kubrick or David Lynch)
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Welcome! I think most of the people who participated in this old thread you found (The W) are still around, so hopefully they can reveal whether they know anything more now than they did two years ago.



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There's some good information in Basic Lighting Worktext For Film And Video by Richard Ferncase.

Unfortunately, it's basically a textbook, and I'm not sure that's the sort of thing you're looking for.



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