I'm new in this Forum and I've been reading some of the posts, and I think I will be a regular visitor!
I'm a filmmaking student in L.A and we were discussing in class one of the shots of Stardust Memories in which Gordon Willis was D.P:
The shot is at the begining of the film (min. 5) and it's a conversation between Woody Allen (in a car) and his secretary. She is sitting in an office with a very big picture of W.A.'s face behind her. Well, while watching it we realized that the image in the wall was a mix of shadows and reflections, in fact her silloutte is in shadow and the desk has a reflection.
Does anyone know how this was done? What did they use? Tinted glass?
Well, I hope any of you could give us a hand on this.
Thanks a lot,
Edited by Andres Moret, 07 August 2009 - 08:22 PM.