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  1. Hi there, I was wondering what is the best way to light a scene towards a final look like those pictures in the nightclub from the TV series Lucifer (very nice new show by the way !). What I like is the greenish background while still keeping the skin "somewhat" natural. Of course there is also heavy grading at play here and would appreciate input on this too. Moreover, is this the same technique for Amélie Poulain hereunder? Thank you very much ! Ron.
  2. Hey all, Question: I noticed when I applied 250 half white Lee diffusion filter on the barn doors of my Arri 1k, that it changed the color of the light even more yellow. Despite the fact that the camera was balanced for tungsten. It was even worse when I doubled up, the diffusion. This effect may or may not have happened when I used a dimmer to lower the light power, it had the same effect. If this is normal, this will make color balancing a nightmare. The lights were not on for that long, say half hour or so. Cheers, Mike
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