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#1 Marco Materassi

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Posted 16 March 2010 - 12:50 PM

Hello everybody

I have to shoot a car scene with eos 7D in a few weeks and I need some advice from someone who did it before me.
The scene is a daytime conversation in a normal car between 2 people and the car is moving. In the actual shoot the actor will not drive the car which will be towed. I have to do few main shot from the storyboard. you'll find it in attachment

I tough about a way to shoot it but I would like to have some other opinions. For the side shots I will use ND gel on the opposite windows (the one behind the actor) and also a bounce board set on the car hood bouncing the sun trough the front shield. Unfortunately I can't plug any big light into the track which is towing the car. I'm sure that the biggest issues will be the t-stop difference between the interior and the exterior of the car during daytime. We have also some small litepanels wich go with normal 12v of the car.
Thank you for your help

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