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#1 zach o

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Posted 20 February 2010 - 12:30 AM

Anyone,

Looking for some experienced tips on Lighting for a trailer. The trailer will be 20 x 10ft. It will be a built set in a studio. Looking specifically for techniques in mixing lights. Will be throwing a piece of muslin over the top with 6, 5k's (Mole Richardson - tungsten) shinning through from the grid. The kitchen will have cool florescent. Sun will be low, little heavy on the CTO shinning through the windows ( 3 windows, approx all 1 x 2's). Should I green screen the windows and shoot plates? Thought? Experience with this? Color pallet is mostly browns and greens, all flat and dull. It's a drama. takes place late afternoon. any suggestions? Thanks!

-Zach
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