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Jae Solina

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  1. Wow! Thank you for all of the ideas. I should have stated. It;s going to be a night scene. What would be the best position for a key light if the talent is standing where the picture is taken. Will an overhead work or should i have him stand beside the window and get keyed by the window lights. Thanks.
  2. First of all i apologize for my bad english for its my second language. I need your help trying to light the attached image. I would like to give it a very dark/horror lowkey look. I am thinking of punching some lights through the doors and windows and use smoke for that Spielberg effect. I am also thinking about taping some translucent trash bags on the windows so that it would break up the lights so it wouldn't be too harsh. Do you think what i am trying to do is a great idea or should i just top light the musician instead or backlight him similar to this video https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-19215859-stock-footage-skateboarder-moves-on-a-skateboard-along-the-corridor-of-an-abandoned-building.html?src=rel/4949642:1/gg. Thank you.
  3. Could you possibly also share the lighting set up for the same music video timestamp's 0:26 and 2:13? What aperture do you guys usually shoot eminem at since he moves around too much lol. He is probably an AC's worse nightmare.
  4. Wow! Ive been an eminem fan since he first came out and seeing behind the scenes stuff in the final product is priceless hahaha. I didnt even notice that flag before. Thanks Mr. Frisch thanks for sharing.
  5. Mark! Thank you very much for all the information. I love false color but unfortuately, it doesnt work correctly with my smallhd 502 monitor when lut is enabled. That's exactly what i thought too I had to turn off all the lights to watch it properly.
  6. Well here is what i came up with. Just for fun. Wife shot the whole thing for me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj5grNCSEgU&feature=youtu.be
  7. I just hate how youtube kills lowlight videos. I get a lot of artifacts and blockiness when i upload.
  8. If if i were to shoot raw could could i change the ISO from 800 to 400 to lose 1 stop and 800 to 200 2 stops instead of using luts with -1 and -2? Since iso is just meta data i can just expose at 800 but change to 400 or 200 to see how it looks?
  9. Shooting raw 800iso with the blackmagic cinema camera
  10. When referencing key stops do you consider Key at around 60-70IRE?
  11. Hello! Thank you so much. I am just downloading screens and studying them in davinci resolve. It seems that I have to buy a lot of flags to flag off spills i don't want.
  12. Team, How does one get something like this without the darkest part of the scene get artifacts? I am trying to copy this lighting for a short skit but the blacks are getting such horrible artifacts. I light and turn it down in post. Sorry for my english. http://kissthemgoodbye.net/horrors/albums/theconjuring/The__Conjuring_2013_kissthemgoodbye_0406.jpg
  13. No way. I didnt know a third edition existed and you cowrote it. THANKS!
  14. Mr. Mullen thank you once again. When are you writing a book? Would love to read it. Very nice examples. That makes so much sense now. I think i might be misusing my grey card. What I usually do is record the greycard in front of the actors face then make that neutral in post by adjusting raw wb and tint and then add my taste of color afterwards. Its difficult sometimes to white balance without a greycard especially when using output 3d luts for they have built in color. How does the pros do it? Record in raw, have an onset monitor with 3dlut capability, light the scene so that they will get exactly what they see then in post use the same lut they used in the monitor on set?
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