Hey people smarter than me,
We're beginning the discussions on lighting for a short film. An adaptation of a Flannery O'Connor short story. I won't go into the symbolisms and characters and such that will tell the story, but I'm looking for photos, still shots, photographer's websites that you all might know about.
The setting is kitchen and living room, isolated, southern country and heavy with thematic religion. It's dark with touches of the grotesquely humorous. I've been noticing dust in sunlight in interiors and really like it. In real life, at the end of the day when the sunlight in pouring in through your living room blinds and the house dust is illuminated by it. Things that make interior sunlight in a country household visually interesting.
This is all very broad, but if you savvy folks have any visuals that are in this general ballpark, I'd be much obliged if you sent them my way.
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Interior Daylight Southern Gothic
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