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#1 Chris Lange

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Posted 02 September 2009 - 09:45 PM

Hello,

I'm a student with a limited amount of equipment. Here's a senario:

500T used in an interior scene.

Subject will be in front of a window during the day. A green colored sheet will be covering the window. The character is kind of a shut-in, reclusive type.

My gut wants to use no filter, so no gels will have to be on the two cinema lights to light the scene.

My questions involve:

A. Should I use an 85 filter?
B. What if I placed a 1k DP outside and blasted it at the blanket to mix with the daylight?
C. Or do I go ahead and use 85 with CTB on lights inside?

Any experience, thoughts are always appreciated for a guy learning.

Thanks!
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