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Richard Lowther

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  1. Hi, I am shooting a scene that will take at least 1.5 hours to shoot and we want the warm golden hour soft lighting look that lasts for only 45 mins. Am I on the right track to: 1) Use a heavy shade cloth for the first 45 mins such as bleached muslin. 2) Use large HMI with at least half o or staw. 3) shoot all HMIs through lots of defusion 4) Use 12x12 negative fill around talent Any other input that may help will be greatly appreciated Thanks
  2. Hi, I am shooting a scene that I will take at least 1.5 hours to shoot and we want the warm golden hour soft lighting look that lasts for only 45 mins. Am I on the right track to: 1) Use a heavy shade cloth for the first 45 mins such as bleached muslin. 2) Use large HMI with at least half o or staw. 3) shoot all HMIs through lots of defusion 4) Use 12x12 negative fill around talent Any other input that may help will be greatly appreciated Thanks
  3. Has anyone shot 50 frames on a RED Camera. Is the picture as good shooting for pal TV at 50frames 3k redcode 36 as shooting NTSC at 29.97 4K redcode 36? Thanks Richard
  4. I am working on a set as a still photographer and I noticed when I have a shutter speed of around 400th sec or faster I start getting discolored bands on my shots. I notice this seems to happen when they light with magnetic HMIs. I like to use a fast shutter to catch action.Are there shutter speeds I can use that will not give me these bands? Thanks for you help.
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