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

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john sharafRe: How to light subject (interior shot) and expose for background through window (exterior)?
by on Mar 28, 2012 at 4:41:14 pm

Now that more information has been forthcoming, I'd consider using the off camera windows as the key source and 4x8' B&W Foam core to control the negative or positive fill and other unwanted spill. Maybe use the one tungsten light with daylight correction and diffusion for eye lite or scratch lite. Just a thought.

You'll still need the proper amount of ND window gel (likely ND.9) to see out the on screen window. Mount it on the outside to eliminate reflections.

In some cases, available light is the best and most elegant solution.

JS



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