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  1. I'm really interested in the lighting style of Robert Richardson and I have found it very difficult to get a lot of information on his lighting style (light choices etc.) I really love his work in Hugo (but my favourite film he shot was Snow Falling on Cedars) [attach My question is about his Key light choices. I love the look of his key lights on faces and the roll of it gives. Just was wondering what he normally uses and if anyone has seen how he lights. And yea I am aware that a large part of his style was par cans and VNSP but I'm more interested in his key lights. Thanks to anyone who knows!
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