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Hey everyone, I'm a film student working on a project that requires me to shoot a model miniature. The problem is, the model is inside a protective glass case. It's only about an inch thick, but I can't remove it. Any tips for lighting the model through the glass? The model is fairly large (6 ft x 6 ft) so I was thinking of using a soft fill on the opposite side than I am shooting to reduce glare but that's kind of restrictive to the shots I can get. Not sure if anyone has done anything like this before but I thought I'd ask. Thanks! Zach
Hello group members. i'm about tu star in a project in which i'm gonna use some models of the Venezuelan Place of Miraflores, i'm shooting in Arri Alexa , optics Leica Summicron and Innovision lens, what frame rate and F number should i use, to achieve more realism. and in general what tips and advices can you give me working with models and miniatures. thanks.
Hello friends, I am trying to make a shot in which I wanna experiment with comping a 3d train with a live driver in it. I will be using after effects for this purpose but while experimenting with a rough footage I felt that the driver looks really flat & I was also not able to track them together properly. Though while having the final shoot of the driver in front of green screen the lighting might solve some of the issues, I still am not confident if it will appear as if the live driver is driving a 3d animated train. Any kind of help would be appreciated on this matter. If you guys have a reference or tutorial on similar topics plz share it with me. This is kinda urgent so any help would be life saving. Also what I need is a few tips on how to shoot a miniature will be using a Canon 7D for this purpose. The softwares that I will be using is Maya, PF Track, After effects.