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Could ROGER DEAKINS be WRONG? COVE LIGHTING vs 3 POINT LIGHTING

Today we take a look at how the Cove Lighting method of one of history's all-time great

cinematographers, Roger Deakins, compares to traditional 3 point lighting.




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