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Mark Suszko
Re: Avoid Banding & Supplement Existing Light in Airplane Hangar
on Dec 21, 2018 at 9:58:50 pm

Apply your "private Ryan" effects in post, and set the shutter to deal with the banding first.

The other thing I would say is., there's another way to solve this problem... kill ALL the overhead lights, if you can. Then light with the instruments you have. The overheads, artistically speaking, add nothing, and you're fighting them the entire time. Some places like this keep a light or two on with no way to turn them off. I'd still rather have that, than the entire ceiling lit up. I didn't notice where this hangar is and if it's in cold-weather country, but can you work with daylight coming thru the open hangar doors as your primary source?

Are the planes going to be in there for the shoot? Can you turn on their strobes and nav lights?

Is this shoot meant to be limbo?


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