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#1 Gabriel Wilson

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Posted 16 June 2017 - 09:49 PM

Shooting in an antique railcar and am looking to tape or velcro a practical light to the wall. Ideally, its would be battery operated that does not have wires protruding, although I could hide them. the windows of the car will be green screened and I am keying with a 1.8 HMI. Check out this shot from Darjeeling Limited as an example of what I'm looking for.  Mine of course need to be removable/smaller and not built into the set!6-kenneths-image-2.jpg

 

 


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#2 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 17 June 2017 - 09:35 AM

Quasar has some battery powered tubes you can mock up.Same could be done with Lite-Ribbon and battery packs if you want to fabricate a bit more; you'll however need to work with the production designer to make it look like it belongs.

 

On the cheaper end, tap lights; though they won't do too much in terms of giving off light.


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