I'm shooting a short film taking place at an indoor swimming pool. It's quite a big space and there are a bunch of lights from the top. I'm not quite sure what kind of light they are, but they look like the typical light for indoor pools. They are definitely cooler than tungsten lamps. I'm wondering if those lights have interrupted spectrum because just by looking at from naked eyes each has slightly different colors. I'm guessing it's the color inaccuracy over the age. Does anybody know this kind of light and the charactristics of it?
I am now thinking to keep those lights on and have HMI backlightings, and chinese lanterns with daylight bulbs in for close-ups to keep things simple. It is all day interior scenes. Or, should I turn the overhead lights off and light the scene from scratch? I'm shooting on Super16 and the director wants the scene to be high-key.
Thanks in advance!
Edited by ljoski johnsen, 29 October 2006 - 10:58 PM.