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Bruce Greene

Member Since 07 Feb 2005
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In Topic: Gripping Injuries?

Today, 08:43 AM

One brought to you by the department of reality, founded by someone who attended the school of hard knocks, the college of unanticipated fists to the face, and the university of getting the poop kicked out of you.

 

(Thankyou, Edmund)

What's really weird here is that... in person Phil, you don't seem like the kind of person who would write this about themselves.  And you seem to have a demeanor that could work for you as a cinematographer.  I'm not sure I understand your attitude, but, it does make for entertaining reading!


In Topic: Suggestions on lighting a lobby to look like daytime...

Yesterday, 09:28 AM

My response would be that if they want it to be a day scene with so many windows, shoot it in the daytime.

 

The alternative of covering all the windows with white, and lighting that, is possible, and time consuming.  But, in the end, will look kind of phony.  And if you do try this, don't use silk on the windows, it's way too spotty.

 

Really, if they want to see the windows in frame here, it's a day scene.  And even in the daytime, you'll still need some big lamps to light the day scene possibly.


In Topic: Hiding Lights for a One Take Short in Cramped Bedroom

11 July 2018 - 09:50 AM

I meant painting of course...

In Topic: Kodak 250D Color accuracy

11 July 2018 - 09:48 AM

If you really want a one light scan, shoot a color chart with an hmi lamp that you’ve measured to be close to accurate. Then, your lighting and filtration won’t effect the scan based on the chart.

But, if you are wise, have the scan done to log space, and include your chart for a starting guide to later color correction.

In Topic: Hiding Lights for a One Take Short in Cramped Bedroom

11 July 2018 - 06:46 AM

I would concentrate on the color of the walls. If they are white in a small room... you maybe doomed. Paunting then to a medium or darker tone would be my first priority.

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