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Haavar Karlsen

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  1. Its not, its an segment for a TV show. Shot with c300. I need one CT because we have 4 cameras rolling, and if we were to adjust constantly it would be a pain in our short post-processing slot. I just got word that I have 7 100w daylights standard globes that I will be using in the Chinaballs. This makes me want to go 5600k everywhere, except the 3200 lamps around the table. At least the light all around the set and facelight will be consistent.
  2. Hi everyone! Im investigating solutions on how to light a 60+ street party (people sitting by tables under a tent without walls in the middle of a suburban street) from early dusk until nighttime. My main concern is kelvin, in camera and on the lights My strategy so far is to use 1.2 and bigger HMI lights (5600k) on background housing and gardens, to give depth to the pictures of people sitting at the table. For the actual table/people-lighting, I plan on using china balls from the roof of the tent, gelled with half CTB somehow, to end up at 4300K. Other paper/lamps and globes will be left at 3200, to give warm hotspots and bokeh around the set. In camera kelvin will then be set at 4300k The set needs to be quite clean of stands and able to shoot 360. The china balls will be a part of the decoration as well as main light for people around the table. Will be shooting on 4x c300 My main concern is that my background will still be bluer than I want it. This party should have a very warm feel to it. Am I better off doing everything except practicals and decor at 5600k and in-cam? Thanks for any input! Best regards Howard
  3. Im shooting a promo soon with bright stage lights fading up and down directly into camera (powerful stuff, several 5k rigs) from 10-15 meters from the lens. Should I be worried about any type of unwanted artifacts (overexposed being wanted in this case :)? I think I had some strange issues once on the D21 shooting into completely overexposed. Any ideas on this? Thanks Regards Howard
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