One of the most nuanced parts of filmmaking is lighting. While some might say that lighting is just about enabling the audience to see, lighting tells the audience a big part of the story. Take a noir film for example: if noir films were lit in the same way sitcoms were lit, they would be a lot less dramatic and a lot more comedic. Audiences interpret the world based on the way they've seen the world, which means there is an element of conditioning and an element of natural subconscious at work in the background of our minds, whenever we see a film or a YouTube video.
With all that said, here's the video on lighting:
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