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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 28, 2012 at 3:12:57 pm

I definitely agree this would be much easier with HMI's. But I seriously doubt that will happen. Only one window will be in frame throughout the whole shoot, as they are rather large. That's why I say I'd rather correct the tungsten... even though it will severely affect the output. The shoot is still a good month or so off so there's time to consider options. As always budget is an issue.


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