Magic Hour in Somewhere in Time
Master magic hour lighting while you analyze its role in the movie 'Somewhere in Time'
Magic hour, also known as "golden hour," is a time of day highly sought after by cinematographers when they want to create a beautiful, dreamy look on film or video.
In this online mini course with Chicago Movie Tours, you'll learn learn:
how to recognize magic hour cinematography onscreen
why filmmakers seek out this form of natural lighting
how it functions in Somewhere in Time (1980), a romantic drama filmed partially in Chicago
An on-demand replay will be available for 1 week after the event.
Chicago Movie Club members, sign in to register free!
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Chicago Movie Tours' virtual tours incorporate the following, when applicable, to bring the subject matter to life:
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