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#1 Dan Riordan

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 07:21 PM

Hi,

I'm shooting a short film with a bolex on 16mm. There are basically three scenes. The first one is in Chicago. So think tall buildings. Buildings that may or may not block sunlight.

The second scene is in a car driving on the highway.

The third is on a beach on lake michigan. So lots of sand and water.

I was thinking of shooting on 7201 for the first and third scene (city and beach). I wanted to use 7205 the car scene. I'm planning on shooting with available light in the car. Any suggestions? Would these be appropriate choices? Thanks.

-Dan
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#2 Vincent Sweeney

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 08:27 PM

http://www.cinematog...showtopic=29368
Look there for car lighting posts.

If it were me and assuming this will go like most shorts do, I might use 7212 for all shots, based on what you said. That way you still have plenty of detail and speed but don't have to worry about mixing stocks if you barely use up one in one of the locations.
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