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#1 Sharwina Wina

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 05:51 AM

hey guys,
i am aware there are alot of professional lighting guys here. i am curious after watching this movie, how they did the lighting because it look so natural. i got see this type lighting before in many hollywood films. but this is not hollywood film, its bollywood film "kurbaan". but please view the video and tell me what lighting they used to achieve this look and where did they place the lights??



i will wait for you guys respond, thankx...
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#2 Guillaume Cottin

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 09:02 PM

Hello,

Well, this is an easy one. Everything is top-lighted. The sources are most likely fluorescent tubes rigged all over the ceiling, but you can also use spacelights or shooting something through a big diffusion frame. This gives you a broad, shadowless top lighting. This lighting tends to give a very low-contrast result. The goal is to try to recover some contrast. A good trick is to kill the lights that do not play too much in the frame, or the light in the background. Some negative fill might also be used for the same purpose.

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