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#1 Rob Wilton

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Posted 28 July 2007 - 09:11 PM

Dear people,
Im shooting a short in Italy next month, all exterior, during the course of 8 days. The story takes place during 1 day.
Im looking to keep the continueity of the look pretty similar. From looking at any film or TV show though the direction of sun is never really maintained. Shot/ reverse shots are sometimes all backlit for example.
Apart from shooting my wides during the morning and the afternoon to get some contrast, are there any tips to shooting in a situation like this? I have reflector boards and a small butterfly at my disposal.
thanks!
Rob Wilton
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