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Advice on lighting with a single incandescent source


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#1 Nor Domingo

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 05:44 PM

Hello everyone!

I will be shooting a film in a few days. It is set in the aftermath of lahar flows from the Mt. Pinatubo eruption. Houses then were half finished and mostly lit with one incandescent bulb per room. I plan, of course, to have the practical source maybe with a 100W bulb but other than I am stumped. I would like to ask for some ideas how to light it as such but make it look more interesting. I will be shooting with the Canon C300 at 850 ISO, hopefully get a f4 stop at key.

Thanks!!

Nor
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