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  1. So I am trying to achieve and a subtle teal and orange look similar to the image below and I want to do it in-camera as much as I can (obviously it will be enhanced in resolve but I just want to make it as easy for the colourist as possible). Here is my thought process I could shoot at 3200k in-camera and gel windows with CTB, then create some ambient blue fill light in the room by bouncing a CTB gelled light at ceiling, then key my talent with a 3200k source (same kelvin as camera) to create natural looking skin tones. (i would then CTO my tungsten practicals to make them even warm
  2. Hi all, I have seen a few times a technique in promos where lights seem to move. I'm shooting a spot in the next few weeks we I'd like to use this technique. I've been looking everywhere and I can't seem to find anything about how this is achieved. An example is here: https://vimeo.com/176507317 look at the shots at 04.23-4.35 Any ideas what kind of set up i need to get this? I love how the lights moves around the subject. Thanks all!!!!
  3. Hello, I'm shooting a short film next month that has a few bicycling sequences, involving two characters - an older man and a younger boy. I'm working on finding an affordable, safe method that will give good results. I am shooting RED EPIC with Zeiss UP. A few notes about the coverage the director hopes to achieve: - Wide Shots in front of characters (biking towards camera) - closer shots (shoulder up MCU) on faces - wide shots on characters back (following from behind) - Profile bicycles on sidewalks A few factors to consider: the characters are going to be biking pretty slowly /
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