Hey guys i'm new to this and thought I would hit you all with a question.
Im shooting a film in a fantastic location next week and one of the scenes is in the master bedroom upstairs in the house. There are two big windows letting in natural daylight. There are two characters (husband and wife) in the scene and I want the the husband to sit down =next to the bed with the table lamp on and use that as his key, and the wife to walk in to the room being lit by the daylight through the window. It should be a very cold cool scene but i want to use the different source of lighting to show their differences and isolation.
I tested some lights in the room with the little time I had in their the other day, I can put a kino flo outside one of the windows that the bed is pushed up against which does great but i'm having problems lighting tungsten source for the husband and mixing them. Any suggestions on the matter?
Also I have access to Kino Flo's and arri fresnels and i'm thinking of shooting the majority of the film with kino's as most of it will be in daylight and I want a very soft look. Ideas on this? Controlling spillage and lighting backgrounds with kino's?
I know I have asked a lot here so thanks for taking the time and sharing your knowledge and experience