So being thrown a bit of a challenge (as if there never is one), got several pages of dialogue to shoot which all happens during dusk (after sunset) but due to the time restraint we have to achieve this by shooting day time and hopefully overcast day.
The location is 1860's Australian town so there would be candle lights from the houses coming by this time so I can light it warm hitting their faces but challenge is the daylight..especially a lot of extra work would have to be done if its not overcast. I plan to use butterfly scrims and even some negative fill
Alternatively I thought what if it was shot at night and light the background as an even dimm ambient light and simply replace the sky digitally.
But yeah any ideas would be appreciated.