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#1 John Allen

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 11:42 AM

Ok so, I need to shoot a scene at night in the forest and it's a low budget film so I don't have very many lights to shoot a wide shot at night and still make it look realistic. So I was thinking of shooting in the day using a DFN filter for the wide shots and shooting at night for the close-ups. And my question is, does anybody know if there would be a huge differince in lighting by doing that? I want it to look as realistic as possible. Any suggestions would be great!! Thanks. :)
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