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Jenny Pagoni

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  1. Thank you all very much! Yes wrapping around is something that I can do and try and match that yellow/orange light. Do you think it will look strange if I mix the color temperatures as if there is another temperature light from the front? David I will definitely do something in the dark corner, there will be a pink spill imitating some sort of a neon sign thats supposed to be there. maybe if i manage i ll add some flood sodium lights as you suggested! it will make it much more interesting. John yes bouncing came to mind, I just dont want it to go all over the place since I lik
  2. Hello all, this is my first post here and I really need some advice on how to go about that! I have a project coming up which involves interior and exterior shots. My main concern is lighting the outdoors night scenes. The scene involves two actors having a dialogue while they go about dumping a body in a car. This takes place at night. Mood: Dark as possible - its is a murder after all, mysterious. The only source of light is kind of a Sodium Light high up on the wall next to them which is pretty strong if they stand on its range. (and some other lights in the distant background
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