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#1 James R Blann

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 06:49 AM

Hi all,
There are lots of similar threads to this out there but I just wanted to clear something up. I'm shooting a music video in a couple of weeks
time in which there will be an element of UV paint and blacklight. There's a very limited budget so I was wondering how tricky this will make
lighting a room with blacklight? Would the effect be any less if I were to bring up the exposure with standard tungsten lights gelled and keeping
smaller, cheaper blacklights close to the subject to bring out the paint? Thanks in advance! I'll be shooting on 5D.
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