When it comes to lighting, there's an underappreciated element that can make or break the ability for the audience to connect with your on-screen subject.
It's the small reflection, or glint, of light in the eyes that can sell an actor's performance. Usually it occurs naturally with a standard lighting setup, however if your drama lighting doesn't allow for a standard key light, the Rev. John Jackman runs through some of the ways you can make it happen for you.
DV - Light For The Eyes
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