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Hey Guys, I have to shoot a spot for a CrossFit gym in the near future, and was looking for any lighting recommendations. We want to achieve a feel similar to this Reebok campaign as far as framing, camera movement and editing: https://youtu.be/UDb-7DY3CjU As far as lighting, the Director wants this to look relatively dramatic with a darker background, nice edge lights etc (please reference photo). The talent we will be filming is a woman (about 40y/o). Any recommendations on lighting a woman in a dramatic, but flattering way? I don't have any pictures of the space that I can share, but it has a series of ceiling-mounted Fluorescent lights, no windows, and a large barn door that we can open to add some daylight fill. I was planning on opening the barn door, turning off the ceiling lights and going full daylight. As far as lighting that I have access to: Joker 800, Kino Kit (one 4 bank, two 2 banks), Arri Kit (two 150s, one 300, one 650, one 750, one 1k). I also have gels and c-stands, flags etc. -Sam
The end result I need to create: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ScaryShinyGlasses The glared out glasses you see in a lot of animes. I am running lighting for a film shoot and the director wants a pretty dramatic interview scene. The interviewer's face is not going to be revealed until the end of the film and until then, his glasses will be completely covered in white reflection. Any suggestions on how to achieve this? I cant just point big lights at him, you will most likely be able to see the edge of the lights. Thanks! Jeremy