How To Shoot and Light a Composite Image
The great folks over at The Slanted Lens are back with another amazing tutorial. This time Jay takes you to Concord and Lexington Massachusetts at a recreation of a Revolutionary War battle scene to show you how to effectively light a composited image. He shows you how to shoot your background plates first, the main subject using a do it yourself motion rig and even shows you how to shoot explosions to help finish the image.
He explains in detail how to light each scene to ready the images for post-production. Towards the end of the video they go through and explain how everything was brought together to give you the final composited image. Enjoy the video.
Via: The Slanted Lens