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#1 Will Darkin

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 07:20 AM

Hi,

I'm shooting a low-budget student short on super 16,

Most of the film takes place during daytime in a car, and it would not be feasible to shoot in a moving vehicle. The effect need not be 100% realistic, as this would fit with the slightly surreal look planned for the rest of the film.

I'm planning to use a studio chromakey setup, with moving lighting to complete the effect, but could do with a little help on a couple of points!

The stock is being transferred to Digibeta, will this accommodate the use of Chromakey?

Also, What colour backdrop would be best?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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