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#1 Scott Imler

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Posted 03 May 2010 - 09:41 AM

We are shooting what will be an hour and a half concert which will start around dusk prior to sun setting and continue through magic hour and will probably have the last two or three songs in darkness. I have a few approaches to this but am curious what some of you have done in similiar situations. I do not want to get into changing color temps in cameras We are shooting HD. Stage will be facing sun. The one drawback is time ,the concert must almost be non stop other than some very quick tweaking between songs at the cruicial times. All lights will be run through a board and. are dimmmable. Have used spotlights in past for this as main key light but may avoid that this time. Will probably cheat the white balance in the high 3000s and leave it . Would like to stay with tungsten for the majority of this as opposed to HMIs.

Edited by Scott Imler, 03 May 2010 - 09:44 AM.

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