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Zakk Eginton

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About Zakk Eginton

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  1. Starting a feature this week and the director wants a very "yellow springtime" look to our lighting. Mostly the highlights. Attached is a photo and isn't the best because the female is blonde as is probably natural backlight but this is the the rough tone. So my question is: to get that warm almost sunset color without getting too red/orange, has anybody played with more yellow color correction on daylight lit scenes? So on our HMI's instead of adding CTS or CTO for a little end of day glow playing more with yellows. I've but aside (from LEE) 100 Spring Yellow 767 Oklahoma Yellow 101 Yellow 102 Light Amber 104 Deep Amber Has anybody played with these colors on bigger sources? (18kHMI / 6kHMI) I like the look of 100 Spring Yellow but am afraid will start to feel green when blasting with a big unit.
  2. Thanks everyone. Bill - this will be Epics with Primo zooms
  3. Hey everyone, new member here :) I have a few night night exterior scenes at a high school football field. Guy/girl sneak onto the field, at at some point ends up proposing to her. We want to use the existing stadium lights "only" look. Of course I'll add some units on the floor to do the talent justice (end of the film/ romantic) but I was wondering if anyone has worked with just existing stadium lights as the primary source? Seems pretty straight forward but was curious about people's experience/ any issues with these types of lights. Attached is a photo not of the actual location, but something i found to give an idea. (3towers on each side of field)
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