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Question: What exactly do I need to do to recreate that light effect?
There is an expression in English that says. "You are putting the cart before the horse". (The horse must pull the cart, not the other way around.)
Meaning You should study and learn as much as you can before you start trying to do things you have no knowledge of. You need a knowledge base to work from.
You need to have an understanding of Photography, cameras, light, software editing.
Light and how it is captured by cameras. The human eye is much better at seeing light than cameras and knowing how cameras capture light will help you to take better photos and USE light to create images.
Cameras, How they work and why the settings do what they do.
Software and post production editing. Digital photography has a world of editing options that where not available with film photography. There are dozens of different software makers and thousands of editing option with each software. This takes much time and effort to learn and a solid understanding of photography and light is needed to understand how to use it effectively and or creatively.
All that is to say that i would suggest you take some classes and do some some learning about light, how the camera see's it, how to use it AND the software of your choice for doing editing. then you can better understand how to achieve a particular look you like, or at least get you close and ask pertinent questions to help you.
We can not give you a broad tutorial on editing but we can answer specific question about how a tool in that software works and what is used for.
To your question, What exactly do I need to do to recreate that light effect?
It not just a light effect. It was light in a real life scene, be it the sun or flash or strobe's or combination or some or all. Manipulating it in post may be called an effect but the light had its own characteristics before it was captured by a camera.
and trying to recreate, not the whole scene but the lightroom, filters
You can not just recreate the light of that scene by filters and options alone. If the the light in your scene is completely different the that of the original than it is not going to look the same and software is not how to approach the problem of making it look the same.
In order to try and "recreate" a look or scene you need to have a knowledge base to inform you decisions.