I'm new at this and have a quick question that maybe someone with more experience could give me a heads up on:
I need to shoot an actor (full body + shadow) against a green screen INSIDE. That part is okay.
Problem is I need to make it look like it was shot in sunlight from a shadows point of view.
When composited, the studio light gives distorted shadows because of the close proximity of the light to the subject (a few feet) as opposed to the backplate (the sun, a couple of million miles).
In CG (my previous gig) this light would be called 'infinite light'.
How do I get parallel light (infinite light) crisp looking shadows inside my space which is 14' high.
Can it be done & how?
I've tried researching the net but maybe I'm not using the right keywords.