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#1 Daan Werdefroy

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 03:16 PM

Hi there,

I am a filmstudent and in a few days I'll be shooting a small scene. It'll be on Fuji 400T.
The story itself centers in a small nightshop, being robbed by two ladies. Of course, a thing or two goes wrong.
I've been showing my director a few examples of what I would like to do. The nightshop itself I would like to have as worn-down as possible, the ladies on the otherhand have to be gorgeous.

The recent coca cola zero advertisement helped in my quest for examples:

My director liked the cooled down ambiance in this one alot:
http://img.photobuck...r/naamloos2.jpg

http://img.photobuck...r/naamloos8.jpg

As you can notice on this picture here, the night shop itself being lit by alot of fluorescent lights:
http://img.photobuck...r/naamloos6.jpg

Would it be enough to hang the room with colorcorrected fluorescent light as a base?
With what filter would you wrap them for that specific (ugly) colour on the walls or on the guy's face?

For the CU's, I would use a soft light and a small filler, would that correspond with the enclosed pictures?

Thanks in advance
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