I'm going to shoot a low budget short in which there is a "love" scene at sunset between two lovers on a bed.
Thee room in which the scene will take place is a 6x6 bedrom, with the bed on the opposite wall of the windows.
The two lovers will be lying on the bed and kissing, taken form the side of the bed.
I'm thinking about lighting it with two fresnel tungsten heads (2k?) from the windows, maybe drawing something interesting on the higher side of the frame and the background...for example some venetian blinds patterns or something similar, and getting the higher side of the room a bit darker than the rest.
I'm thinking about hard shadows and a bit of fill done with a different bounced light.
Could that be "interesting" ?
Do someone have different ideas on how to light it ?
It's an important scene and I want to be a bit "creative" on that, but right now I don't have different ideas that work.
Edited by Corno Dario, 19 May 2010 - 09:21 AM.