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#1 Garry Molero

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Posted 10 October 2013 - 02:43 AM

Hi, im shooting a documentary the next weekend and Im doing some scenes underwater (its about a triathlete)
I was wondering if using some kino flo lights (outside the pool, obviously) would help? the pool is outdoors but i bet it will be cloudy.
im gonna rent 2 o 3 kino flos anyway for that day so i wasnt sure if i needed them for the pool scene.
 
My second question is about the filters, do i need a red filter on camera or on the lights? 
That day i would be using:
 
Canon 7d and 60d
tokina 11-16
canon 50mm 1.4
canon 24-70 4
GoPro hero 3 black edition
dicapac underwater case (other cases are way too expensive)
3x kino flo lights 
 
i hope you can help me 
sorry about my english if I said something wrong
 
gracias!

 


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Posted 17 October 2013 - 12:05 AM

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