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#1 sean fahey

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Posted 06 January 2006 - 02:42 AM

I'm shooting a 16mm project on 7274 Kodak 200t. I read that the stock supports enhanced shadow detail and provides crisp & rich blacks. the shadow detail is interesting to me. We are flashing the film in camera -shooting on the SR2, to further reveal detail in the blacks and to get what I hope is a SEVEN feel (After color correction). I guess what I am wondering about it how to light an office that burglars break into in a way that is sparce while still revealing details in the blacks. As far as lighting, I was thinking Kino is the way to go -and throw a couple hits here and there with peppers and tweenies. We are also smoking the room. I'd just like to hear a story or two from some people who have lit for a darker look. Thanks,

Sean

Edited by sean fahey, 06 January 2006 - 02:45 AM.

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