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I was recently researching some more techniques to avoid horizontal banding when I found this interview http://x.dmndr.com/director-dialogue-claire-marie-vogel/with director Claire Marie Vogel http://x.dmndr.com/director-dialogue-claire-marie-vogel/ (shot music vids for Atlas Genius and Red Hot Chilli Peppers). Instead of eliminating the banding, she EMPHASIZED it! I never thought banding could be this beautiful! Take a look yourself here http://film.dmndr.com/clairemarievogel/atlas-genius-symptoms if interested. If you click on #horizontalbanding in the comment section of this vid and
Hi Guys. I'm new to this forum. I'm struggling to light a scene and wondered if you have any suggestions. I have two solutions but neither one seems to be working. Here is the layout of the rooms and action taking place. So the main character walks into a room. Initially the camera sees a darkened room then as the door opens the light sweeps in and spills across the bed revealing the second actor in the bed. He moves towards the chair and sits down before switching on a bedside lamp. Solution 1. Before the door is opened it would be nice to see some of the room in darkn