Night Lighting

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    Ryan_Alex
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    Hi Guys!!!!!!!

    About to start a video when I realized that for the most part it is set at night-time and I have no idea how to give my video that effect! Is there a more “professional” way of doing it? Any advice will be much appreciated!

    #892490

    Margaret
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    Point a lamp away from the set. The reflected brightness will light your set, with just sufficient light to make it look like night. This works really well.

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    James Brandon
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    Put paper over your lamps is a key method to obtain a fine smooth look to your brick film. It also doesn’t make the lighting as harsh. This will improve the feature!!!

    #892498

    Alexander_N
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    If you want a bit of a cinematographic outcome, you can make an effort to tint your lights blue a bit; not something I’ve tried, however I know a few people have, and a lot of runaway success cinema do this in situation to darkness shot.

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    Jennifer.Maria
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    Make use of a black-out or shades to cover up your windows. This will help out to block any natural light, and reduce light-flicker. One more option is to animate at night-time.

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