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#1 ryan vo lap

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 04:03 AM

Hello all,

 

I am new to this forum. I am just a guy who did not have a chance to go to film school to learn properly, who loves cinematography and who is learning from reading on the internet and watching youtube tutorial from other people, and of course I do not have a strong foundation about cinematography as you guys. If some of my questions are not right or "stupid" please forgive me  :) ...

 

I've been watching the movie Forsaken and I really love the night scenes from the movie which have a golden and greenish mix lighting.

 

foresaken.jpg

 

I wonder if you guys can explain the lighting setup for this scene?

Which filmstock did they shoot on (tungsten or daylight)?

What gel filters did they use to achieve the look?

Did they bounce off the keylight or they used diffusion to soften the keylight (it is beautiful soft lighting)?

 

Regards,

Ryan.


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#2 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 07:43 AM

http://www.csc.ca/pu...ueWeb201603.pdf

This is the only article I found about the movie, says it was shot digitally on the Alexa. I worked with the AD and gaffer of that movie when I did the pilot for "Designated Survivor".
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