Stay tuned to the end for a chance to win a prize! At Aputure, we’re always talking about lighting, be it narrative lighting, commercial lighting, or cinematic lighting. We’ve talked about one light setups, two light setups, three point lighting setups, and more. Today, we’re going to switch it up and talk about the concept of taking away light, and why taking away light might just be the best thing you can do for more dramatic lighting techniques. In today’s episode of Ask Aputure, Ted from the A-Team teaches us about a dramatic lighting technique known as negative fill, and how negative fill can be one of the most powerful tools you can use for your narrative, dramatic documentary interview, or music video. Learn all about the theory and technique of negative fill, and see some practical and creative applications. 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: Learn dramatic lighting tips using a concept called negative fill. 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.