I am preparing a shooting for a short advertising film for a local soccer club. The idea is to shoot in daylight, mostly in 300fps.
I am especially worried about a static wide shot, in which a group of soccer players will run across the field, holding banners and other crazy stuff. The director wants this to look "epic".
I was thinking whether I could use one or two 18K HMIs to light up the group from camera side to get that specific HDR look that I know from some advertisings.
Also, I thought about mirrors, or maybe 12x12 butterfly with Ultrabounce (probably not enough punch for that look)?
Another idea was to align 4-5 maxi brutes / 9lights on Hi-Hi-Rollers and place them behind the group of players, so when they walk from left to right in the wide shot, they have those 9lights in the back. I'd like just the look of those lights in the back (opposed to a boring soccer filed background), but it would only make sense, if they would offer at least some punch. Do you think the 9lights would make any difference in lighting / make a visible back light on the players, when shooting in broad daylight?
I wouldn't mind the 3200K by the way.