Looking at the effects of lighting and camera workmanship in the movie “Titanic” (Cameron).
The paper introduces, discusses and analyzes the lighting in the film “Titanic,” directed by James Cameron. Specifically, it discusses the director of photography, Russell Carpenter and analyzes how his lighting helps represent the story and characters throughout the movie.
“Russell Carpenter won an Academy Award for his work on “Titanic,” as well as Best Cinematography awards from the American Society of Cinematographers and the Chicago Film Critics. He has also worked on the films “True Lies,” “Terminator 2 3-D,” “The Lawnmower Man,” “Hard Target,” “The Indian in the Cupboard,” and “Money Talks,” which he worked on with Robert Primes, ASC.”