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Sean Cox

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  1. Thank you Mathew, I have seen these on the set of 'The man from U.N.C.L.E'. Are the balloon lights anywhere near as bright as the Arri M90s? would they be bright enough to replicate moonlight at a distance? Sean
  2. That is a perfect answer Guy, I really can't thank you enough! You have a very professional setup there, I don't mean to be rude but how much would a similar 'barebones' setup cost per day, roughly? Thanks again Sean
  3. Thank for the advice, I'll make sure I get a team together that can cover all requirements, thinking about the budget, even this process is in question as shooting during the day and editing as night time might be required instead to ensure safety and maximise production value. Either way, we just want to make the best little movie we can. Thanks again
  4. Thanks David, Locations are still to be decided and so every bit of information will be added to the requirements. We might be able to put a hmi on a building near to the area but I am unsure whether the light would be bright enough when it reaches the set. Thank you anyway, I shall look into it Sean
  5. Thanks Tim, I appreciate your concern. I would never go into principal photography without the necessary safety precautions in place, as regards to the lift, I have spoken with 5 different companies and requested that a staff member come out onto set with us, solely to operate the lift and have a supervisor with them. We also have a Lighting operator working on this production who has experience with almost every different type of standard sized lighting rig that you can name so by all means we have a very safe operation. My question was aimed more at which lights and which grip equipm
  6. I am in pre-production of a film at the moment that will require an 'aerial work platform' and a lighting rig to imitate moonlight above a wooded area. It's part of an ambitious project and none of the crew members have had any experience with this kind of set-up other than our University, Greenwich, is often a film set (twice a month) and we often see similar set-ups, for a beginner with this kind of project, what would you recommend? Extra info: filming in an area in the UK where no films have ever been made and its a bit of a novelty. Some rough terrain and at least 400ft to the n
  7. I realise this is an old post but I am in pre-production of a film at the moment that will require an 'aerial work platform' and a lighting rig to imitate moonlight above a wooded area. It's part of an ambitious project and none of the crew members have had any experience with this kind of set-up other than our University, Greenwich, is often a film set (twice a month) and we often see similar set-ups, for a beginner with this kind of project, what would you recommend? Extra info: filming in an area in the UK where no films have ever been made and its a bit of a novelty. Some rough terra
  8. One of my current lecturers had spoken to somebody at the studios who had heard the same, along with comments made here, I would suspect they are planning to use film
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