I'm working on a musicvideo where I want to shoot a road (at night), lit up by the headligths from a driving car. (think Lost Highway intro). It's a no budget thing (or atleast very small) and I only have the film stock that I collected on different other filmprojects. The stock with the highest ISO number is 200 (7217) and 250. I have connections to a rental place where I can borrow lamps.
Will the headlights even expose on such a slow stock, or how much additional light will I have to rig on the car to make the road light up?
I don't need the whole screen lit up, only the places where the lightcones from the headlights touches the road, so the texture can be seen. The side of the road and the sky can be black.
I will appreciate any lighting, rigging, exposing advice on this topic.
Edited by awallensten, 16 January 2006 - 05:13 PM.