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#1 Alper Kasap

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Posted 07 April 2016 - 07:40 PM

I have a short film next week with two tricky lighting setups required. I have mainly shot music videos within studios so im a bit rusty with some of these scenes.

 

NIGHT INTERIOR -

A small bedroom, one squarish window with transparent white curtains. Three kids lie a sleep. Its 4am and one of the girls wake up to the murmur of noise coming from their parents room.

 

I don' t have any HMI, my strongest light is a blondie, i have a 650w, kino flos, arri open face 750, 2 redheads and 2 x  150W dedos...

 

How do you get that affect where all the curtains seem to be an even soft blueish/moonlight colour ? I was thinking if keeping the kid as a silhouette so we shoot wide from outside the bedroom and see her waking up to this blueish window background. Similar to this picture with piano man and windows... But then i would punch in for a close up so if i add a bit if soft fill from the front would that work for continuity ? 

 

Im thinking a blondie straight through the window with blue moonlight gel.

 

Also if i wanted to change to a streetlight I don't have sodium vapor gel what gel can i use on my tungsten lights to imitate street light ?

 

 

DAY INTERIOR -

Small kitchen transparent whitish curtains , its 8am kids its a chaotic house as kids are eating breakfast and rushing for school.

 

Just want to punch some light through the window, i have a hazer as well .... similar to this picture ( kitchen picture man with kid )

 

what light gel/diff do you recommend  ?

 

hazer in the room as well.

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