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  1. Hello, all! We are preparing to shoot a film out in West Texas (in the middle of the desert) soon. Our concerns are primarily with the heat (temperatures are expected to be a high of 101F) and bathrooms (as we will be far away from any nearby restroom). Additionally, we will be filming with RED cameras, and have a cast/crew of roughly 15-20 people. We have it in our plan to bring tents, massive fans, and water in bulk for breaks. And, we anticipate taking a 3-4 hour break during midday (when temperatures peak). However, we will have a lead actor in a fully black, long-sleeved/long-legged costume, plus another actor in a full body armor suit (a prop robot suit). Would any one care to share some advice, given past experiences with filming in similar situations? Thanks! John
  2. Hi all, I'm attached to a project shooting in a listed building (very old house in the UK with antiques) and one of the specifications is that I can't use hot lights as they may damage paintings and antiques in the house. I've been told about using heat filters on lights, just wondering people's experiences/opinions of them. Thanks Josie
  3. I am shooting a corporate Documentary inside a huge Pita bread oven, the temperature inside is extremely high but it is bearable by humans. Any recommendations in terms of: choice of camera? tips and tricks? any housing? would you recommend using ice packs? i need to stay inside for 10 minutes 4 to 5 times
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