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#1 Joewi Verhoeven

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 11:31 AM

I will have the opportunity to shoot different lighting conditions in a small size studio on 500T, '19. One of those will be low lit, where the light comes from sources like TV/computer screens and pocket lights (I won't be able to use any sources that use fire). I'm trying to use these sources mainly to observe their changes on people's faces and how film can record these subtle differences in illumination. However, I'm a little out of ideas on how to make it look interesting and fully use this film's sensitivity.
Any ideas?

Thanks. :)

Joewi
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