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

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Mark D'AgostinoRe: How to light subject (interior shot) and expose for background through window (exterior)?
by on Mar 28, 2012 at 4:34:16 pm

If you only see one window, can you just gel that and hang black cloth/duv to block the light from the other windows from spilling onto your scene? If the remaining window is large but you never see all of it then you can flag off the parts you don't see and reduce the amount of correction you need even more.

Mark D'Agostino
http://www.synergeticproductions.com


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