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#1 James Mann

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Posted 27 April 2008 - 08:02 PM

A question of taste for you folks.

I am shooting on a stage in a beautifully designed Deco style apartment. There are two windows in the main room (very closely separated) and two windows in the bedroom (again very close to each other).

Am trying to decide between getting some seamless (have done this in the past with varying degrees of success depending on the desired effect and time of day) or getting a couple of different painted backdrops (a daytime one, a dusk/dawn one, and some duveteen for nite).

The film takes place at all hours of the day over a few days. So there is some dusk and some dawn and some high noon and some night.

We are going for realism.

Also, just so you know, we are shooting HD.

Curious to know other people's thoughts, tastes and experiences.

Thanks

James
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