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Hi guys! I would like some advice on an upcoming small commercial project I have. I usually film narrative or documentary so I wanted to hear some suggestions about this particular corporate project. I have to film a black speaker with a dark background with smooth movements (slider) using close-ups and some wider shots. The speaker s black and red (picture attached) so they want to empathize those colors with the use of lighting. Like these two references: The space where I'm filming is very wide (the picture is attached on this post). I would film at night so I don't have light coming from the windows. I was thinking to have a back HMI 650W/1200W with a full red gel lighting the columns to create some red lines blurry in the background and then light the product with hard back light and a fill to add some detail from the front side. - Which lights would you recommend for the product itself? A good reference too would be the iPhone 7 picture. - What could I use to give some red vibrant elements to the light? Smoke and light it with red filters? Or talcum podwer? Thanks for any advice. best
I am doing a commercial in a weeks time but the product is made of Chrome, and so really really reflective!! Any suggestions or people's experiences, for filming products like this and how to avoid/best approach this??? Thanks!
Hi Everybody, I am shooting a commercial for a company that produces kitchen gadgets and vacuum cleaners. (Intended for the web) I'll be shooting with canon mark III, i have access to pretty much everything that i need for lighting and grip. The studio floor is black, shiny, and very reflective. Back drop is very dark gray (almost like black) and non reflective. It'll start with a top shot of a woman, who struggles with a different brand vacuum and so on... I'll also have some close-up product shots(obviously) and etc. This is the first time I am working with this agency and I want to give them something different, of course, I don't want to re-invent the wheel but I sure can use some creative advice from whomever is available to spare me some of their time. Thank you,