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#1 Bruce Southerland

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 12:16 PM

Just read this lighting tip from Guy Holt in another post--"Years ago Walter Lassaley, BSC, instructed me to balance practical’s such that an incident reading of the direct output one foot away from the bulb is one stop over exposure. I have found that rule of thumb gives a realistic output to the practical"

Love reading tips like this on this forum.

If you have an important lighting rule or tip that you've learned from another cinematographer, please share it in this thread---and please reveal as well
who taught it to you.
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