- It's the inside of a stationary car
- This will be shot far away from any houses (electricity)
- I want to have it raining. Would a water can work? If I'm not far from a lake?
- The weather here in Iceland is something like this nowadays: http://www.noaura.co...s/09/ttoa02.jpg - so probably gray skies.
- There might be snow, I don't know because it's constantly changing.
- Will be shot in the morning / daytime
- It's a horror scene
- one driver and one backseat passanger (a little girl)
- the windows will be steamy (any tip to get them to constantly blur from steam, even a few seconds after you wipe the moist off?)
- Will be shooting on a sony PMW-EX1 plus I hope to be using a DIY DOF adapter. I know this will effect the light that the camera picks up but I figured that would be okay for this rather creepy scene. I really want to achieve a shallow focus for this scene.
Just wanted to know what would be good for this. With minimal cost. I could borrow lights from school but the electricity is a problem.
For now I figure I could maybe shine a little blue light from the gauges in the car. Maybe a little green from the CD player. Kind of hard to see in daylight maybe. I wonder what I could put in the ceiling to emulate the car's top light. Somewhere I saw someone suggest fairy lights. Would it work in daylight?
I intend to use a small, bright white light behind the actors heads for backlighting. But please tell me if I'm talking out of my ass. I don't have a lot of experience with lighting, that's why I'm hoping to get tips.
Thanks a lot.
Edited by Oskar Arnarson, 18 January 2009 - 01:39 AM.