Check the pictures below to see the current lighting in the room. I don't know if I will be able to turn lights off, though I wouldn't want to because I don't have enough lights to light the entire space.
What I'm thinking is just have a 500w fresnel bounced off of some foam core as the key and throw a bit of back light to set the actors apart from the set. Should this be enough for the location?
(Note: when I saved it as a JPG, the levels got blown out)
This corner of the library has East facing windows, and there is an exact same area on the other side with West facing windows, I'm not sure yet if the scene will be shot morning or afternoon (probably morning) so I'm guessing it would be better to shoot with the West facing windows so I don't get the harsh sunlight that comes in through the windows even with the blinds closed?
Edited by Steve McBride, 05 January 2009 - 07:57 PM.