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Aspect ratios vary from film to film, and sometimes vary within the same film, and can affect things such as tone depending on the size and scenario. -
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🎥 Here’s a BTS of First Man. One of the most effective tricks used in the film was to light with bounce light from huge projection screens. This means amid the grainy darkness are all these rich glowing reflections of Earth's atmosphere. The helmet visor and Gosling's eyes become reflectors for the projection. This is the most realistic way to light such a close up. Because the camera is looking away from the projection, you're not fighting it as a light source. The end result is a lighting quality that's almost a perfect replica of the real location. There are two weaknesses to lighting from a projector. The first, is that when you want to turn around to use the projection as a background, you have to rebuild your lighting. You have to use conventional lights several stops brighter than the projection. The second limitation is that it's not really possible to create extremely hard and bright point lighting from a projection. You can replicate any type of soft light but if you want a blast of hard light (like a sunrise) you need to supplement with a conventional source. If you look closely in the BTS you can see a small hard light being boomed around outside the cockpit. This acted as the sun source to fill in this deficit. Front projection offers some great results if you have the time and money, despite a few major limitations. Via @reflexcinemaus
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Last light up in the Italian Dolomites!
This is my most used setup for general timelapses when travelling. What’s yours?
- Canon 5D3
- Canon 16-35mm f/2.8
- Lee Filters Soft Grad ND9
- Benro Travel Angel