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#1 ashraf islahuddin

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Posted 30 April 2008 - 09:06 AM

Hi
i have to light up a complete white set for a small commercial.The walls are white and the set is more or less in oval shape,now there are few problems,the set is about 30feet approx from all sides and the biggest scimmer i have for me is 20 by 20 feet,the action is happening in the centre of the set ,my main concern is lighting the side wall of the set, and also what should be the exposure difference between the main action area and the walls.Should i use multi twenty on the rig facing the walls and diffuse them for even illumination,i know i am not very clear in my description but any valuable tip will be appreciated.Or if any body who has lit up a white set can post some production shots for my referrence.
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#2 Michael Nash

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Posted 30 April 2008 - 02:04 PM

Lots of discussion about lighting white sets: http://www.cinematog...ite=white limbo
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