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Akie Yano

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About Akie Yano

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    Cinematographer
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    Manila, Philippines

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    https://vimeo.com/236295530
  1. Thank you for the advice. I went for putting the key light on top of the subjects. I used a china ball with daylight bulbs. Then I put my two 1x1 led panels with softbox and grid on two opposing sides at the top: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GNsvb3a16FHPRbZ_TuMv6C5i5QOJJen2
  2. I made a new post with the updated links :) I couldn't figure out how to edit the post again for some reason. http://www.cinematography.com/index.php?showtopic=77889
  3. (Reposting this with new working links of my references and photos of location cos I couldn't edit the first topic. Sorry!) Hi! I am currently doing preproduction for a music video. It’s a horror themed music video set to reggae music. Half of the music video takes place at night. There’s a campsite scene with a bonfire and the rest of the night scenes are at the woods where the band members are exploring a creepy dark forest and eventually chased by a monster. I would like to ask for suggestions on how to light certain scenes and shots :) I did a lot of research on lighting ideas for
  4. Oh crap, wait, I'll update the this post when I wake up later. Thanks for the heads up!
  5. Hi! I am currently doing preproduction for a music video. It’s a horror themed music video set to reggae music. Half of the music video takes place at night. There’s a campsite scene with a bonfire and the rest of the night scenes are at the woods where the band members are exploring a creepy dark forest and eventually chased by a monster. I would like to ask for suggestions on how to light certain scenes and shots :) I did a lot of research on lighting ideas for bonfire set ups and moonlight set ups and there are various ways to do them but I’m not sure which style can work with the limited
  6. Thanks for the response! Yeah we actually shot a few times in the location before and it's really hard to give the place a high-key look. I think I might shoot in the area near the door and the windows so I can fake a sunlight light from one side. That area looks like this: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s220/sh/0c1fe637-1299-455a-9a64-121702eb165d/a1943b126c46678b/res/9fbb2e56-97c2-4816-9625-0b72ae1ff705/42994263532_cb88512ca8_b.jpg?resizeSmall&width=832 It looks dark there cos I think it was taken at night. The coverage I plan to shoot is a wide shot of them against the wall and clos
  7. Hello! I’m shooting a short skit for a restaurant promo video. I’m the cinematographer and someone will direct. It’s a low-budget project. The skit is for Grandparent’s Day. A kid is being spoiled at the restaurant with food as his mother looks on. It’s mostly shown through closeups until it is revealed in the wide shot that the grandmother is the one spoiling her grandkid. It’s a simple setup with the family just sitting on a long table, no standing, no moving around. The mood is light-hearted and comedic. We want a high-key look but our lighting gear is pretty limited. Here is a list:
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