I am shooting my Diploma film starting the coming Monday. Shooting with 5219 and 5217. Using tungsten lights since I don't have much access to HMIs (it's film school project) and wanna avoid them as they cause flickers with high speed shots. I want a blue feel overall since it's a hospital scene. Attached herein are a few images of the hospital where I am shooting. It's shot on tungsten mode. And this is what I actually wanna achieve.
But somehow I feel using 5219/5217 without 85 I would be getting more blue. Am I right to think that way? So thought of putting up 1/2 CTOs on the window. And on the tungsten lights, 1/2 CTBs. So the colour temperature is around 4400k. So will I be achieving what I really want this way. That's with the room.
On the corridor? Seems less of a Probably put up a 1/4 CTO on the window to the extreme end and if using any lights 1/2 CTB. Will that work.
Any help appreciated.
P.S.- For camera filters, I have access to just an 85. Nothing else!! And post involves working just on the analyzer since we would be having a print. No D.I. and such stuff!
Edited by Arun Gopalan, 16 April 2010 - 01:14 PM.