7205 250D indoors?
Posted 24 January 2006 - 04:53 AM
I'm also wondering if anyone has used this stock indoors under flourescent lights.
Unfortunately, because I'm on an extremely tight student budget, I cannot test this stock under these lighting conditions. Please help! Thank you.
Posted 24 January 2006 - 06:07 AM
Posted 24 January 2006 - 07:00 AM
Posted 24 January 2006 - 08:07 AM
Posted 24 January 2006 - 10:33 AM
I suppose you could use a #85 filter as a viewing glass when you gel those lights...
Unless you really want the excessive warm look of daylight film in tungsten lighting this would be easier with tungsten stock, no ? True you can bring everything cooler in telecine these days, but when you do that you're sort of bringing the whole package of color in the same direction...
(I sometimes like tungsten fill / kicks in daylight with daylight stock, but in that case the daylight is the dominant color (temperature)
Posted 24 January 2006 - 11:45 AM
With 5218, I would have put a 85 on the camera, taking me down to 320 what was only 1/3 stop more than 5205 anyway, so I thought it would be interesting to do this, just as well, for a try. And that came out pretty well.
Posted 24 January 2006 - 12:47 PM
Posted 19 March 2006 - 01:55 AM
As a follow up to this question, I shot the majority of the short with 7205 250D under tungsten lights in order to create an overly saturated look. The skin tones held up fine and didn't look orange at all. And yes, the color red did bleed but it was expected.
In one scene, I used 10K with the 250D to make it look like morning and I barely used any color correction. But everything looked the way I wanted to look and I'm happy that I went with this stock in order to acheive the color scheme I envisioned.
Anyhoo, jolly good!
Edited by dkingfilms, 19 March 2006 - 01:56 AM.