I'm shooting a short in a couple weeks that takes place in a high school. The class room we're shooting in is on the second level and we have no big stands or lights, so everything needs to be on the inside. Also, the ceiling doesn't allow us to us Scissor Clamps and we can't screw into the ceiling either. I want to create a consistent source from the window, all the way across the room. There will be about 20 students in the class and I want them all to be approximately the same reading.
Any suggestions? Bounce an 1.2k HMI into the corners, kenos with daylight tubes??? any tricks??
Lighting in a school
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Posted 09 March 2009 - 09:12 PM
Check out David Mullen's "In Production" thread for "The Sophomore." He did have lifts and big lights, but he also did amazing things with bounce boards and daylight leekos.