I have a man with dark brown skin sitting next to a man with "white" skin on a brown couch in a scene. (white wall right behind that i was considering backlighting to another color)
Should I have any concern about lighting dark brown man with a warmer tungsten key and simultaneously keying the "white" man next to him with a cooler light?
My intent is not to identify the different colors of the lights but simply to light differing skin colors to bring out the qualities. All this in a scene which is overall low key and warm.
It's been suggested that if i flag the two sources nicely, it'll work out fine. Just wanna check here to see what's typically done in these types of 2 shots/