Hi guys, I am relatively new to lighting and had a question for you guys. I want to try to create a lighting scenario similar to this scene from Inside Llewyn Davis:
As a student and lacking major lighting equipment, I was wondering if I would be able to do something similar in terms of lighting with clamp lights? Though the space isn't as big, I was hoping to use 2 7 foot light stands. The light stand on the side would have a single 150 watt tungsten bulb, and the light coming from the top would have two 150 watt tungsten bulbs. I was hoping to apply a blue CTB gel on these bulbs, but I am not sure of the strength to use of yet
According to ASC magazine, "When Davis is onstage, Delbonnel added two hard sources, a 1K Par 64 pointing straight down, and an 800-watt follow spot from the side, with beams that fell near the actor without lighting him directly. The cinematographer filled the space with smoke to make the dark areas more readable."
Am I close at all to the lighting conditions? I understand obviously the lighting levels are different, but what about setup wise?
Thank you guys!
Edited by Chiyeung Lau, 30 July 2014 - 01:29 AM.