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Re: How to light subject (interior shot) and expose for background through window (exterior)?

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Steven BelcherRe: How to light subject (interior shot) and expose for background through window (exterior)?
by on Mar 27, 2012 at 8:47:27 pm

I considered the double exposure trick. But I have the strong feeling our framing will change often. What I think I'm going to do is just expose for the subject, cover the window in ND-9, and key him with at least one 1k filtered with some half or full blue and go from there. I'd love to have some HMI's handy but yeah... budget never fits my wishes...


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