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In both examples you can also clearly recognize the appearance of separation lights outlining the actors figures. Broad light is the exact opposite of short light where the main light illuminates the side of the face turned closest to the camera, hence the name broad. Here the nose shadow is cast onto the short side and the nose is pointed opposite the direction of the main light.
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You tend to see this light a lot in the fashion industry and is becoming more popular in the heavily cinematic shows. It tends to add weight to the subject and allows you to see more of the face, which traditionally on a woman is considered to be less flattering. You can see in these examples above of House M. Notice how their noses are pointed away from the direction of the light where the most illuminated side of the face is closest to the camera.
As before notice the addition of the separation light opposite the main light helping to define the subject. Split light is pretty self explanatory.
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Some refer to it as the comic book villain light. Sounds like a comic book villain to me!
The large foreboding shadows set the mood for the viewer. Rembrandt light, traditionally, is short light where the nose shadow connects with the cheek shadow creating a small triangle patch of light on the shadow side of the face.
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Made famous by master Dutch painter himself, Rembrandt, you can see this effect in not only short but broad light as well. Keep in mind that Rembrandt light can be both short and broad light but not all short and broad light is Rembrandt light. Another classic rule to this technique is that the triangle patch of light should be no longer than the nose and no wider than the eye. You can see in the example below all the images in this post that are also of Rembrandt light. You might be surprised how often these common techniques show up, and with a little practice how easy they become to spot.
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