in preparation for an upcoming commercial shoot, i came across this forum and i am looking forward to a vivid exchange of knowledge and experience.
The setting of the commercial we plan, will be a modern art museum. We'd like to create a high-key look and will have to light for certain F-Stop due to heavy incorporation of vfx.
As we have no experience of that sort we can refer to, i'd like to know how you would plan the amount of light needed.
Let's say you want to shoot at a ISO of 850, 50fps, a shutter speed of 1/100 and a f-stop of 16. And you have an area of 100 square meters to cover. What do you think, how much light do we need? Is there any way to calculate it?
We'd like to bounce from outside the set into an overhead ceiling.
I'm grateful for any comment or advice.