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    simpsonking
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    I have a pro lighting question. I want to have the best lighting for my film, but the light is either to dark or to bright. I use 500 Watt light’s to light my set, I use them for my clay films but I can’t get them to work on my brick films can anyone help?

    #407366

    nuparurocks
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    Is your problem harsh shadows and highlights? If so, have you tried diffusing the lights?

    #407367

    simpsonking
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    It’s more that the bright colours in the LEGO go dark

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    nuparurocks
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    Well, how close are they to your set?

    #407370

    simpsonking
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    I have the lights back 2 Meters

    #407373

    simpsonking
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    What do you think of this lighting

    Here’s the light’s i used

    #407375

    simpsonking
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    I have fixed the light’s and here how it looks

    #407379

    nuparurocks
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    Maybe place the lights closer to your set. That’ll make the image brighter. 😉

    #407388

    HeAndHimStudios
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    I liked the original lighting. It looked like a sunset scene. The shadows are a bit long.

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