ONLINE: CREATIVE LIGHTING PHILOSOPHY | 15 JUN 17

ONLINE: CREATIVE LIGHTING PHILOSOPHY | 15 JUN 17

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TRAINING DESCRIPTION

Nikos Nikolopoulos spends his life chasing beauty. Here he shares how the greats of Cinematography have inspired the Creative Lighting concept, and how he brought cinematic lighting techniques into an entirely different world - the virtual world.


TRAINING BREAKDOWN

Treat your virtual space as a stage or film set.

Paint with light using cinematic lighting techniques.

Experiment with lighting direction.

Save time on set-up and rendering.

Enhance and optimize your workflow.

Focus on being creative.


TRAINING SCHEDULE

Thu Jun 15 2017, 11:00 - 13:30 [UTC/GMT +3 hours] See in your local time.


REGISTRATION INCLUDES

Attendance for the online training.

Fully textured and lit scenes including all 3d assets.

High quality 3d models by Design Connected.

Live Q&A session.

* Discount available for students with valid Student ID.

* Limited seats available.

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I attended the first Creative Lighting Workshop in London with Nikos and Damian, and found it a really informative, eye opening experience. It was truly amazing to see the results that can be achieved in CGIs by applying the Creative Lighting philosophy.
I was especially impressed by the lighting case studies that drew inspiration from films and the arts. They inspired me to use lighting in a new, more creative way within my work. The workshop was friendly and informal, with a group of liked-mind professionals who wanted to improve their skill set. I certainly enjoyed it, and will definitely be attending another workshop in the future.
— Eric Tang