Was wondering if there is a consensus on the ideal T-Stop for something like this:
Or is it just softened / sharpened pretty heavily in Flame?
I tend to shoot at around T-8 on the 85mm, 100mm or 135mm, for this sort of work, at a much lower budget, but I have an opportunity to step up to a bigger production and am looking for tips from those that do this sort of work.
I'll be shooting on a Canon C300 Mark ii with CP2's. Will light with a Briese 77 Daylight with the Silk diffusion from above the camera and a Kino 4 Bank from below, heavily diffused.