I'm shooting an exercise on S16 in an open 'plain' for two days in the New Forest in the UK probably on 50D. The story is 3 page wordless sort of homage to '2001' where spacemen go back in time to capture some primitive men to take them back to the future.
We're going back to our location to get a better feel for it but I just wanted to ask if anyone had any suggestions about matching wides to cus when there is the chance that the weather could completely change from sunny to rainy or vice versa within minutes as it does in the UK. Also we will most likely shoot 360 degrees throughout the two days - what is the best way to shoot this? Wides and reverses in the morning and evening and c.u.s in the afternoon with silks and reflectors? What other methods are there?
And of course as it is just an exercise we're not taking any lights...
I'm also looking into filters to disguise reality - so if the weather changes drastically we can disguise this under a strong colour. We're still discussing whether we want a cold or warm look.
Thanks for the help!
Edited by MorganPeline, 07 June 2005 - 05:25 AM.