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#1 Todd Campbell

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 08:06 PM

Hello everyone. I'm new here and I need some help. I'm shooting an all exterior period piece (turn of 19th century era) on the XL2 in a couple of months. Mostly, we have day shoots, but there are some complicated night situations with a camp fire and lantern (both together in one scene, and seperately). Also, we have some a dream sequence with moonlight shooting through the tree tops. I was wondering if anyone has any experience shooting in these conditions with this camera (oh, and I might add that I'm using a Canon manual lens), or any practical advice regarding this kind of shoot. Thanks a lot.

-Todd
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