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Cinematography Hack: Using Haze & Fog

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Cinematography Hack: Using Haze & Fog

Using haze and fog can enhance the overall lighting and cinematic look to your shot, but what’s the difference between the two of them, and when would you use each? Today we go over how to use haze and fog to add cinematic depth to your film, the differences between the two of them, and when you would use each one. Using haze & fog is one of our favorite hacks for getting the cinematic look! We teamed up with Hurlbut Visuals to produce this episode of 4 Minute Film School! Check out their educational content at https://ic.hurlbutvisuals.com/ Special thanks to Rosco for letting us use their amazing V-Hazer! https://goo.gl/kWai83 🎥Justin on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justinjonesdp/ 🎥Paola on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paolagamache/ 🎥Teddy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teddypurdy/ 🎥BTS: https://www.instagram.com/ericlombart/ 1st AC: Tereza Vachova Gaffer: Thomas Sigurdsson HV Creative Director: Ben Richardson Aputure Production Intern: Brendon Le Editor: Benny Berg Want more free lighting and cinematography tutorials? Subscribe to us so you never miss an episode: https://goo.gl/QwazdM 🎥How to Light the Cinematic Film Look! https://youtu.be/oy2wGhuVqoY 🎥Free Cinematography Lessons From Experts! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjnBD0tWOQ1-jsuV5e_jlOvtjr3nY7S9a 🎥Subscribe to Aputure: https://www.youtube.com/aputurephoto https://www.facebook.com/aputure https://www.instagram.com/aputuretech https://www.twitter.com/aputuretech 🎥Connect with the A-Team! Ted – https://instagram.com/aputure_ted Nerris – https://instagram.com/aputure_nerris Benny – https://instagram.com/aputure_benny 🎥GET APUTURE GEAR: http://lddy.no/3dkv 🎥MUSIC: http://bit.ly/pb_aputure 🎥GRAPHICS: http://bit.ly/Aputure_RS Summary: Aputure’s YouTube channel provides free high quality cinematography, lighting, and filmmaking educational content to help you take your film projects to the next level. #CinematographyHacks #Haze #Fog

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