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#1 Yancey Franco

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Posted 12 February 2008 - 07:53 PM

I'm planning on a shoot for a short on 16mm. I will have an indoor scene that I want to have a very warm orangey feel to it and I'm gonna have hard lights on the character. It is all at night and tungsten lights will be used. I will also be doing a scene inside a car at night as well as an outdoor "moonlight" scene with a very blue tone (most of that I'll do in post).

I was wondering what the best stock would be for the indoor scenes?

I'm planning on using 7219 for the night scenes. Any advice??
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