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Mladen Teofilović

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About Mladen Teofilović

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    Cinematographer
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    Belgrade, Serbia
  1. @Brian Drysdale Oh ok. I taught you were talking about opposite option, because I already wrote about that in my first post. Thank you for quick response. 🙂
  2. @Stephen Sanchez Sure, no problem. 🙂
  3. Thank you all guys, your answers helped me to think about all the possibilities. I think I will put some NDs with CTBs on those windows to create a bluish, darker look. The sun is not my ‘friend’ in this situation. I will try to film everything before the sun comes to the ‘shooting side’ of the house, but I must be prepared for the worst scenario. I will bounce some 4k or 6k HMIs to make the constant soft lighting in that certain room and then I will spend most of my time blocking the sun and adjusting the scene temperature and amount of lighting with Spectro and Lightmeter. Any additional sug
  4. Hello everyone, I am shooting a short feature film soon and I have one quite long interior scene (kitchen/living room) which should be set in blue hour. I was thinking about many possibilities, but can’t decide which one is the best solution. Should I film it during a cloudy day, with some ND and CTB on windows, what light source should I use from the outside? Also, I am combining warm interior lighting with bluish outside light. How to balance those exposure levels of light sources and color temperatures to create proper realistic atmosphere? I really like how Mikhail Krichman did it in
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