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“Crack skull” remanded on murder charge

first_imgTwenty-one-year-old Selwin Dawson, called “Crack skull,” was on Friday arraigned before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on a charge alleging that on December 20, 2017, during the course of a robbery at Old Road, Craig, East Bank Demerara, he murdered Purcell Moore, a father of two vacationing in Guyana from Cayenne,Purcell MooreFrench Guiana.The murder was allegedly committed outside of Moore’s mother’s Craig, East Bank Demerara (EBD) home.Dawson, of 170 1st Field, Land of Canaan, East Bank Demerara, is being represented by Attorneys Vindie Persaud and George Thomas.Another accused in this robbery/murder is said to be charged shortly.Dawson has been remanded, and the case has been set to continue on January 22.RECAPAccording to reports, Moore had just left his mother’s home, and was walking through an alleyway when he was attacked by three men attempting to steal a gold chain he was wearing.The 42-year-old reportedly refused to hand over the chain, and a scuffle ensued. He was pushed into a drain, and when he fell, one of the bandits whipped out a firearm and reportedly shot him several times. Moore was taken to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.Police in a subsequent release detailed that Moore’s body bore a suspected gunshot wound to the right-side chest and lacerations to the head, while investigators reported retrieving two spent shells of a small calibre weapon at the crime scene.last_img read more


first_imgA TEENAGER has appeared in court in Letterkenny, charged with committing nine burglaries in the Buncrana area.Thomas Ward, 19, was remanded in custody and will appear at Harristown District Court again tomorrow.All the charges relate to offences allegedly committed in recent weeks. The accused man was also charged with one count of theft.Gardai say Mr Ward was arrested on Tuesday evening after an appeal on Donegal Daily.TEENAGER CHARGED WITH NINE BURGLARY OFFENCES IN BUNCRANA was last modified: March 7th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgDanny McDaid runs through the tape to mark the official launch of the Donegal Marathon 2014 this evening.The countdown has officially started to the Donegal Marathon for 2014.The event, which takes place in Letterkenny on August 24th, was launched this evening at the local Town Council offices.Former Olympic athlete and event ambassador Danny McDaid officially ran through the red tape to launch the event. The chairman of the event, Cllr Dessie Larkin, told Donegal Daily he hoped this year’s event was just the start of what will become an annual event.The Donegal Marathon logo which was designed by LYIT Art and Design student Samantha McGinley from Letterkenny.“The amount of people out walking and jogging on the streets of Letterkenny and across Donegal is remarkable.“If we can harness that energy and entice them to come and take part in the Donegal Marathon, event to try the half marathon, then it’s going to be a huge success.“It’s hard to predict numbers but I would be hopeful of hundreds of people taking part in some shape or form be that the full marathon or half marathon,” said Cllr Larkin. The well-known and affable Letterkenny man admitted that he has never managed a marathon but quipped that he has managed a few Snickers in his day!His hopes for the event were echoed by fellow speakers including the Mayor of Donegal, Cllr Ian McGarvey, and Mayor of Letterkenny, Cllr Pascal Blake.Legendary runner Danny McDaid, the last person to win a marathon in Letterkenny when it was staged back in 1983, said he couldn’t believe it was 31 years since the last event.“It was a very proud moment for me running past my house and even better because I was alone,” laughed Danny.He paid tribute to the Donegal Marathon committee and encouraged as many people to take part as possible. Councillors and council officials help Danny launch the Donegal Marathon for 2014.Plans for the event are still gathering pace but Cllr Larkin promised a “completely professional approach” to the event right down to the quality of t-shirt and goodie bags for competitors.The event’s official website gives a complete breakdown of all that is needed for competitors from the actual route to tips for training as well as the vital registration forms.Donegal Daily will bring you regular updates on the Donegal Marathon for 2014 as the committee release them to us.HIGH HOPES FOR DONEGAL MARATHON 2014 AS LAUNCH ‘RUNS’ TO PLAN! was last modified: February 27th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:August 24Danny McDaidDonegal Marathon 2014letterkennylast_img read more

Giroud and Arnautovic are better finishers than Kane, says talkSPORT caller

first_img“You’ve got Arnautovic and if you have Giroud on a good day he’s better, I’m not even going to talk about Sergio Aguero or Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino Sadio Mane or Jamie Vardy, there are so many players above Kane at the moment.“He CAN be the best. He isn’t at the moment but he can be.”Kane has 114 Premier League goals in 165 appearances for Spurs.And although Arnautovic has been in good goalscoring form since joining West Ham, he only has 38 goals in 160 appearances in English football. 2 Kane scored the winning goal during England’s Nations League win over Croatia on Sunday 2 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 😡 “Harry Kane isn’t even in the top 10 finishers in the Premier League.”🎯 “Arnautović and Giroud are better. Tottenham is not the place to be.”This call from Ash the Arsenal fan left @SamMatterface in disbelief 😳😳— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 19, 2018It’s not all a one-sided view from Arsenal supporters, though, with Gunners legend telling talkSPORT Kane is likely to eventually surpass Wayne Rooney as England’s greatest goal getter.Rooney finished his international career with 53 goals in 120 games, while Kane has already scored 20 in 35 matches, including six in the 2018 World Cup to take home the Golden Boot. It all started when Matterface put forward the question to listeners on whether Kane was the best finisher in the world following his heroics during England’s Nations League win over Croatia on Sunday.And Ash certainly had plenty to say for himself when he made his appearance on national radio.He said: “There are at least about five players better than him [Kane] at finishing; I’m not even going to talk about the trophies he HASN’T won yet.“He’s not even in the top ten finishers in the Premier League at the moment. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Kane has been linked with a move to Real Madrid as a result of his fantastic record in front of goal Stand-in Drivetime host Sam Matterface was left stunned when Arsenal fan Ash phoned talkSPORT to say Harry Kane was not even in the Premier League’s top ten finishers.He left Matterface further perplexed by claiming the likes of Marko Arnautovic and Olivier Giroud had more of an eye for goal than the Tottenham and England forward. BEST OF no dice REVEALED center_img REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade ADVICE Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move huge blow RANKED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card MONEY Latest Football News Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Meanwhile, Giroud has been in rotten form lately, having scored just two goals in his last 26 appearances for club and country.Below you can listen back to the call that certainly wins the shock factor prize. Probably a good thing Adrian Durham didn’t have this debate with Ash! Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade last_img read more


first_imgThe late Brendan RyanHUNDREDS of mourners have paid tributes today to Brendan Ryan, the Donegal boxing legend, dad and husband who passed away earlier his week.St Eunan’s in Raphoe was packed to capacity as people came from near and far to pay their respects.It was a fitting tribute to a man who gave back so much to his community. “He was the life and soul of Danny Ryan Boxfit at Mountain Top,” said Maria Ryan afterwards.“He would have been honoured today with the crowds that were there.”Many of the hundreds who went to the wake or today’s funeral were White Collar boxers, charity fighters who had been under Brendan’s stewardship over recent years.The crowds were a testament to all of Brendan’s charity work over many many years. Brendan Ryan with son Danny & grandson KeaneHUNDREDS OF MOURNERS IN TRIBUTE TO ‘BRILLIANT’ BRENDAN RYAN was last modified: August 2nd, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:boxingBrendan RyanfuneralRaphoelast_img read more

Basena happy to have Lule, Sekajja among his backroom staff

first_imgSekajja (L) and Lule.FOOTBALL–Matia Lule and Ibrahim Sekajja are an invaluable addition to the Cranes technical team interim head coach Moses Basena has said.Fufa appointed the Express FC and U17 tactician Lule and former Cranes defender and captain Sekajja to boost Basena’s backroom staff as the national team prepares for a double header against African record champions Egypt, with the first leg of the World Cup 2018 qualifier due next week in Kampala.Basena, who sanctioned the appointments, is happy the duo will add a much needed verve to his team preps.“I have seen Lule move up the ladder from player to coach and I think his knowledge of the game is outstanding,” Basena said.“When I was thinking of who to recommend, he was always on top of the list.”Like Lule, Basena told PML Daily that Sekajja is an inspirational figure admired by not only players but also fans.“He is that one player that everyone, be it players in the Cranes set up or those that are still in the academy, look up to for inspiration so it had to be him or no one,” he said.Lule has welcomed the appointment, saying it offers a big opportunity to be part of the making of a history in Uganda football.“It is a pleasure that I am going to be part of this great revolution in Ugandan football,” Lule said. “It is the first time in a while that a Ugandan (Basena) is at the helm of local football and when he rung me up to ask if I was interested in being part of his staff, there was always going to be just one answer and that is a yes.”Lule, who is in charge of the U17 team, has now got three important roles to undertake in Ugandan football as he is also the head coach at Express FC.Asked about the commitment issues that may arise due to the multiple roles, Lule noted that almost all the local coaches that have been on the national team set up have been coaching local clubs at the same time.Matia Lule, Ibrahim Sekagya, Fred Kajoba and Moses Basena are all expected to undertake their first game as a quadruple when the national team takes on Egypt in a Russia 2018 qualifier later this month before the return leg on September 5.Commentslast_img read more

Round-up: Morata joining ‘best club’ but Rolan appears to be stalling

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Embed from Getty ImagesDiego Rolan appears to be stalling over a transfer to Fulham. The Whites have agreed a £5m deal with Bordeaux to sign the 24-year-old, who has since made two visits to Fulham’s training ground but does not appear to be sold on the move.It is believed he is holding out for a move to the Premier League or Spain’s La Liga and could make Fulham wait until the final days of the transfer window before making a decision.Rolan is yet to receive a serious offer from a top-flight club, although reports say Newcastle are interested.Fulham are assessing their other striker options and are interested Norwich’s Cameron Jerome. Morata joining ‘best club’Embed from Getty ImagesAlvaro Morata has told Sky Sports News HQ he is joining “the best club” as he prepares to complete a move to Chelsea.The Spain striker was speaking at Heathrow airport after flying in to finalise a transfer to Stamford Bridge from Real Madrid.Asked why he has decided to join the Blues, Morata said: “Because it is the best club. Antonio Conte is one of the best coaches in the world and I’m so happy to work with him.” Dasilva set for loan moveEmbed from Getty ImagesCharlton are looking to tie up the signing of Chelsea youngster Jay Dasilva on a season-long loan. Dasilva, 19, ended last season on loan with the League One side and Chelsea are keen for him to pick up more first-team experience.QPR off to GermanyEmbed from Getty ImagesLuke Freeman is expected to be named in QPR’s squad for a pre-season trip to Germany after missing Saturday’s friendly against Peterborough.Freeman has been nursing a knock but trained this week and is on course to return to action this weekend.Grant Hall also missed the Peterborough game, because of tendonitis, and hopes to also join the squad.Jordan Cousins, who has worked his way back to fitness following a thigh injury, was left out on Saturday along with Sean Goss, but both players are fit enough to be selected.Manager Ian Holloway is considering leaving Massimo Luongo, Yeni Ngbakoto and Pawel Wszolek in London as they were on international duty last month so have had a shorter summer break.Rangers will play Union Berlin on Saturday and Lokomotive Leipzig the following day. ‘No qualms’ about Jota’s commitmentDean Smith says Jota’s commitment to Brentford has not wavered despite uncertainty over the Spaniard’s future.Jota returned to the side for a 4-3 win at Oxford after sitting out the previous two pre-season friendlies because a bid was expected from a Premier League clubBees boss Smith said: “I’ve had no qualms about the commitment of Jota and long may that continue.“He was happy to be out there and looked like he was enjoying his football, as he has done since the start of pre-season.“It’s no saga. Jota was led to believe there was an imminent bid. I don’t believe it was a tactic.“It hasn’t materialised as yet and Jota stuck to his word, pulled on a Brentford shirt, and I thought he did really well.“I’ve said from the start that unless someone comes in with a substantial bid for him he’s staying at Brentford, and he’s happy to do so.” Smith not expecting more signingsSmith does not expect to add more signings this summer if he can keep his current Brentford squad together.The long-term futures of Jota, Harlee Dean, Lasse Vibe and Andreas Bjelland are uncertain as they enter the last year of their contracts.Smith said: “I can only talk about other players leaving if people put bids in, and there’s been no bids for our players.“I think that’s us done for the moment. We’re very happy with the squad we’ve got. At this moment in time I don’t think we need to strengthen the squad anymore.“We feel we’ve done really good business. We’re in a good position. We’ve got every position covered twice, which is really good, and I think we’ve brought quality in as well.” Middlesex winBrendon McCullum rediscovered his touch with the bat to lead Middlesex to a much-needed victory over Kent Spitfires in the NatWest T20 Blast.McCullum racked up 88 – his highest T20 score for the club – from just 51 balls, an innings that included six sixes and laid the foundations for their total of 179-8.Despite half-centuries from Sam Northeast and Jimlast_img read more

Drought SA: the gateway to managing water scarcity

first_imgThe South African Water Research Commission has launched a website that teaches people about being water wise. One of the messages is that this includes taking action to solve any water problems, as well as respecting water and all life. You can also work out your water footprint. Five provinces in South Africa have been declared drought disaster areas, prompting experts to urge people to become water wise and to use water carefully. The message is don’t waste water. (Image: Brand South Africa) Melissa Javan“Your knowledge gateway to managing water scarcity in times of drought” – this is the slogan of the Drought South Africa website, launched recently by the Water Research Commission (WRC).The WRC, which was established in terms of the Water Research Act following a serious water shortage in 1971, launched the Drought SA site in collaboration with a series of dialogues. The focus of the dialogues will be whether the country is prepared for recurring drought and what its mitigation and coping strategies are. Discussions will include the knowledge gaps in drought preparedness and what the country should do to bridge knowledge and practice.The site includes tips on how to save water. Users can discover their water footprint, learn how to fix leaks, and equip themselves to be water wise at home. Drought SA also allows users to check dam levels, rainfall data, and water restrictions in each province.Five provinces have been declared drought disaster areas, according to news agency News24. The drought has affected 2.7 million households in the country, or 18% of South Africa.Watch everything you need to know about South Africa’s water crisis:Drought SADrought SA is a unique online drought portal, explains the government. It gives users useful information about the current drought and links to various other drought-related websites. It will be an ongoing project and will be continuously populated with fresh research and knowledge that will empower users.  This graphic shows where water comes from. (Image: Water Wise)According to Water Wise, water is freely available from the natural water cycle. However, because water in South Africa is a scarce resource – and often a polluted resource– many systems need to be put into place so that we receive enough clean healthy water, i.e. dams, water transfer schemes, water purification stations, reservoirs, pipelines, et cetera.Water Wise is Rand Water’s environmental brand. It is a campaign aimed at increasing awareness of the need to value water and to use it wisely. Rand Water, the largest water utility in Africa, supplies potable water to Gauteng and other areas of the country.“These systems cost large amounts of money and this is why we have to pay for water,” says Water Wise. “At the moment you pay between R4 and R16 for 1 000 litres for tap water, which is very cheap compared to your grocery items.“If we continue to waste and pollute water then that cost will drastically increase. More dams and water transfer schemes will have to be built, and further technology will have to be included in Rand Water’s purification process, or further infrastructure built, to clean polluted water.“That is why it is so important for people to change their attitude towards water, treat it with respect and use it wisely.”Learn more about fixing leaking taps, toilets or meters and mains here.Find out more about water restrictions in your province here.Learn what your water footprint is here.For more information on how to save water at your home read more here.last_img read more

Commercial Net-Zero Buildings On the Rise

first_imgAlthough the numbers are still very small, proven net-zero energy performance in commercial buildings is rising at a statistically rapid pace, a report from the New Buildings Institute says.Over a 15-month period, the number of verified “ZE” projects rose from 53 to 67, an increase of 26%. A much broader category of “emerging” commercial buildings that includes projects under construction, in design and still being evaluated climbed from 279 to 415, an increase of more than 48%, the report said.There are 6 million commercial buildings in the U.S. and Canada, so the number of projects capable of balancing energy consumption with production from renewable energy sources over the course of a year is barely a drop in the bucket. But it’s the rate of increase and a “convergence” of factors that favor zero-energy design the institute finds significant. In the first of these reports in 2012, the institute said, there were a total of 60 commercial and multifamily projects that could be listed as verified or in the works. With that number now 482, the total has increased by more than 700%.“ZE buildings counts are still small in relation to the total market — in the single-digit percentage of total buildings and floor space,” the report says. “But a multitude of factors are accelerating ZE buildings and communities such as emerging technologies, sensors and LEDs, dramatic price drops of solar generation, energy storage, energy tracking and transparency, integrated and passive design, climate concerns, and interest in ZE codes and resilient buildings. How performance is definedThe New Building Institute uses a metric it calls the Zero Energy Performance Index, or zEPI, which favors actual energy consumption over an energy model of performance. The zEPI is calculated with the building’s EUI and is adjusted by building type and climate once a building is occupied based on measured energy use.The report explains zEPI this way:“ZEPI was created to address confusion caused by comparing the energy efficiency of buildings by referencing their ‘percent savings beyond code.’ Which code? What year? Given there have been at least six major commercial energy codes on the books at any given time in the United States since 2000, identifying the correct baseline can take some time.”This new report is for commercial buildings only. Residential net-zero projects are tallied separately by the Net-Zero Energy Coalition (see the Related Articles sidebar above for an article on its latest report), although some critics doubt it is possible to count zero-energy homes accurately because of the wide distribution of renewable energy systems. RELATED ARTICLES Projects of all types make the listWhen organized by building type, education represents the largest group with 37% of the total. Office buildings and multifamily make up the next two in the rankings with 19% and 16% respectively. But developers of all stripes are showing interest in the zero-energy standard, the report says, with light manufacturing, a car dealership and a ski area making the list. Healthcare, lodging, and retail stores are categories with relatively little representation, possibly because of higher energy intensity and more complicated use patterns.The report also makes these observations:In addition to buildings whose developers expressly list zero-net energy as a goal, there are many others listed as “ultra-low energy buildings,” which achieve similar levels of energy performance without the addition of renewables and without having zero-energy goals. These projects are not included in the ZE tally because there are too many to list.There are zero-energy commercial projects in 44 U.S. states and four of Canada’s 10 provinces. California, however, has seen the most growth (131%) and with 214 projects it has 44% of the total. Taken together, California and Oregon account for just under half of the total. Other regions making a particularly strong showing are the Northeast (73 projects), the Southeast (50 projects) and the Southwest (41 projects). States with no ZE projects are North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alaska.Zero-energy buildings can be found in all climate zones. But the largest grouping (226 projects) is located in Climate Zone 3, which extends across the southern tier of the U.S.Verified projects on the list use an average of 60% less energy that comparable commercial buildings in the U.S. The median gross site Energy Use Intensity (EUI) is just under 18kBtu/square foot/year before renewables are factored in. Those projects on the emerging list have an EUI of 24kBtu/square foot/year.Eighty-one percent of the verified buildings are 25,000 square feet or less in size, with the biggest concentration (31%) of 5,000 square feet or less. Less than 1% are bigger than 100,000 square feet. There’s better representation on the emerging side of the tally for larger buildings: 18% are larger than 100,000 square feet, and 23% are between 50,000 and 100,000 square feet.center_img To Net Zero and BeyondZero-Energy Construction is ‘Set to Explode’ The Department of Energy Chooses a Definition for Net ZeroMajor U.S. Builder Tests Net-Zero MarketNet-Zero Cities Aren’t Possible, You Say?California Leads the Nation in Net-Zero Projects “This convergence, combined with other rapid advancements, foretells of a built environment that will look very different when we share our story 20 years from now.”last_img read more

How to Use High-Key Lighting Without Looking Like a TV Movie

first_imgHigh-key lighting is for more than just reality TV. Let’s take a look at a few cinematic examples and examine a couple ways to get the shadow-free look.What is High-Key Lighting?High-key lighting (unlike low-key lighting) is a lighting technique in which shadows are minimized. High-key lighting has its roots in the era of classic cinema, when a set would simply be doused with light in the same manner in which a theatre stage is lit. In modern days, you will typically see high-key lighting more in sitcoms and comedies than dramatic action thrillers.There’s no defined point at which low-key lighting becomes high-key lighting, it’s more of a general rule of thumb. For example, if you’re shooting outside in the shade, you’re probably going to have a more even distribution between light and dark areas on your subject. It would be safe to say that this would be considered high-key lighting. However, different lighting directors might have different opinions about what’s high-key and what isn’t.In short, high-key lighting is a cinematic effort to reduce shadows in your scene. In general, high-key lighting gives audiences the perception of lightheartedness and a lack of drama.Notable High-Key Lighting ExamplesNone of this is meant to suggest that high-key lighting doesn’t have a place in modern professional cinema. There are plenty of great examples of effective high-key lighting in modern films. Just take a look at a few of the following examples:AvengersIn this example from the first (and better) Avengers movie, we can see high-key lighting in action. In fact, it’s interesting to see how the lighting in the scene changes as the conflict escalates. At first everyone is evenly lit except for Nick Fury, but as the scene progresses we begin to see a shift to a more low-key light setup.Inglourious BasterdsThis is another great example of a complex lighting scenario that uses high-key lighting to create something deeper. In this scene from Inglourious Basterds, we see Hans Landa subtly interrogating Perrier LaPadite. But instead of the “bad” guy (Landa) being put into shadow, Quentin Tarantino decides to evenly light Landa’s face when we cut to the close-up. This is probably to emphasize the fact that Landa is a terrifying person with nothing to hide, unlike the guy sitting across the table.Moonrise KingdomWes Anderson is probably the most famous habitual user of high-key lighting in modern cinema. In this example from Moonrise Kingdom, we see both subjects evenly lit despite the fact that the scene takes place outside. 3 Simple Ways to Create High-Key LightingDepending on your situation, high-key lighting can be either incredibly easy to produce or incredibly difficult. Let’s take a look at how to get a high-key look using some simple lighting setups.1. Bounce Light Off the CeilingIf the ceiling in your location isn’t incredibly high, you could try simply bouncing a bright light off of the ceiling. This will essentially create a large soft-box above your subject. This technique can work well, but (just like when shooting outside) you’ll want to watch for dark circles in your subject’s eye sockets.2. Use Multiple Lights to Fill in the GapsAnother way to create a high-key lighting look is to simply find the shadows and fill them in with light. This tutorial by Denis Rule shows us how to create such an effect in a studio.As you watch the video, you’ll probably notice that Denis uses quite a few lights to get the high-key look. Depending on how evenly lit you want your scene to look, it can take a lot of lights to even out the shadows. The video was made for photographers, but the basic concepts remain the same for continuous lighting scenarios.3. Outdoor ReflectorIf you’re shooting outside, it’s advised to use an outdoor reflector to soften your shadows. This is normally done by simply holding the soft white side of your reflector under your subject so that light can softly bounce from below and fill your subject’s eyes.Want to learn more about lighting for film? Check out a few of the following links:How Low-Key Lighting Can Instantly Make Your Film Dramatic – PremiumBeat5 Practical Cinematic Lighting Tutorials – PremiumBeatLighting Tips to Consider Before Shooting Your Next Film – PremiumBeatHave any tips for shooting high-key lighting? Share you insights in the comments below.last_img read more