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  1. Hi everyone. I hope you all are safe and sound. I have an interview set up to take place in a stadium football field. All the lights surrounding the stadium have to be on as they all are turned off and on by a single switch unfortunately . Now I am stuck in 2 minds. I haven't had a chance to light meter the location yet but I the plan to underexpose this by 2-3 stops; then bring in my key on the talent which will then be exposed (something big obviously like a M40 going through diff to compete with those lights). I'm also thinking of covering the talent from each side and front with a 20X20 Blackout to model the light more; potentially 2x M18s on megabooms for backlight. The debate I am having is will the Blackout be needed for both sides or just do 2x favouring one side? Also if I should add the M18's as the backlight or will the stadium lights be sufficient? The whole point for me is to make it as less flat as possible. Please see the idea of my floorplan and some references for the lighting. Once again any advice is appreciated or tips from people who have been in the same filming environment. Cheers!
  2. Hey everyone, new member here :) I have a few night night exterior scenes at a high school football field. Guy/girl sneak onto the field, at at some point ends up proposing to her. We want to use the existing stadium lights "only" look. Of course I'll add some units on the floor to do the talent justice (end of the film/ romantic) but I was wondering if anyone has worked with just existing stadium lights as the primary source? Seems pretty straight forward but was curious about people's experience/ any issues with these types of lights. Attached is a photo not of the actual location, but something i found to give an idea. (3towers on each side of field)
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