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#1 Chris Burgess

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Posted 19 March 2013 - 09:45 AM

While I was watching this film, worth watching by the way. I noticed how amazing the lighting was in this particular scene. I have attached a image.

 

I just can't figure out how the overall scene is an green hue but the flesh tones still remain. This particular shot the hair is green but the flesh tones are there. He moves quite a bit in the scene and the green never touches his face. I get the use of flags and gels but he moves around so can anyone explain how this is done? I hope it isn't a fully post production technique. Someone mentioned the use of a power window but the shape of his face and neck isn't square, round or oval.

 

Anyway, would be great to hear what people think?

 

Thanks in advance 


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#2 Doyle LaCrua

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 07:09 AM

Sorry, I don't see the image.


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#3 Paul Salmons

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Posted 23 March 2013 - 04:00 PM

Keep in mind, you can select colors (flesh tones only) in post to be the only thing affected or unaffected it would seam in this case (no image). 


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