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  1. Hey there everyone! I am a colombian film student and wannabe cinematographer and I am looking for some advise for an upcoming short film me and some classmates are preparing. So I am going to be the DP for this short and in terms of lightning I am looking to have an aesthetic close to the images I attached below for the interior daylight scenes. Logic tells me that to achieve this I should have some strong key lights motivated from the windows on the characters and expose to those bright areas of the face, so everything else will be darker to achieve that high contrast ratio. We┬┤ll probably h
  2. Hi. Anybody with a good idea to do a top ambient room light set up that is as flat as possible, but still easy to control? Normally I use China balla or kino flos, where the main light source comes from the windows. Thank you, Henrik A. Meyer www.henrikameyer.com
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