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#1 Sean Emer

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Posted 30 January 2018 - 05:26 PM

Hey guys! I'm shooting a music video this month whose main visual reference is the Sia 'Rainbow' music video. I've done both color lighting of fog and rear projection, but never both at once. My current plan is to use a bank of S60s along the back of the stage (right above and in front of the projection screen) and use that to wash the fog. Maybe a couple units on the ground as well. What do you all think of this? I'm worried about making the fog appear to be a smooth mix of colors, and to avoid 'shafty' lighting, all hopefully without messing with the Talent's light too much. Perhaps RGBA Source 4s would be better? Has anyone done something similar here?


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