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Upcoming summer fashion shoot for a sunglasses campaign. The creative requires throwing shadows into the space to emulate sunlight coming through a window/casting shadows through exotic plants etc. We're working on a bit of a tight budget, looking for recommendations on how to light a space like below (it's a photography studio), to achieve close to the look on the example storyboard from the client. There's a lot of natural light in the studio space so we'll need a good bit of light to create a decent contrast ratio between sunlight & shadow. I'm thinking potentially one Arri M18 through CTS/CTO and actual plants/windows cut out of cardboard to motivate sunlight. That's pretty much as far as we can stretch the budget in terms of hiring lighting. We have 1x Aputure 300d and 1x Aputure 120d available already with 1x floppy & a few flags for neg fill. Also, can anyone recommend any window/plant gobos? Unsure what we'll end up lighting with, and I've never used gobos before... Any advice would be awesome, Cheers!
Hi, I'm a student from the University of the Arts London. Currently doing an interesting project for Selfridges&Co Concept advertisement film. This 2-3 minutes film will be advertising sportswear, underwear, womenswear, menswear and home products. Brands such as Alexander McQueen, Anglomania, Astley Clarke, B. Tempt’d, Carvela, Donna Karan, Emilio Pucci, Helmut Lang, Louis Vuitton, Maison Martin Margiela, Paul Frank, Saint Laurent, Ted Bakers, Tods, Victoria Beckham, etc. will be included in the ad. I've already recruited a crew for my fashion ad, two models, one male one female, make-up artist, hair stylist and two photographer for additional editorial shoot. Currently trying to find a cinematographer for this video. 1-2 days of shooting only. I will be handling the role as Creative Director, Stylist, Producer and Post-production. If you are interested, please reply asap or contact me via e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Jensen Hoi University of the Arts London BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion