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Natural light interior (3 replies and 1 comment)

Moka
2 weeks ago
Moka 2 weeks ago

 i ask what is condition to neutral light  interior in cinematographer...is light or camera setup ?

Mike
2 weeks ago
Mike 2 weeks ago

Could you clarify your question please. Not sure what you mean.

Moka
2 weeks ago
Moka 2 weeks ago

...when you decided to your look in your film natural...

 When you shooting natural light Interior 

You Relies on camera settings or lighting ( when i shooting daylight)

dmullenasc
2 weeks ago
dmullenasc 2 weeks ago

There's a subtle difference between natural light (i.e available light) photography versus lighting that looks natural.  If you want things to look natural but your available light is inconsistent hour by hour, inadequate in level, or incorrect for the story point, you often have to supplement it with artificial lighting that looks or feels natural.  

Obviously you will have to use some sort of camera setting but there isn't a "natural light" setting -- the closest thing to that would be to use a camera with a very wide dynamic range for high contrast situations and decent sensitivity (low noise) for low light levels.  But lighting and light control still might be necessary.

Moka
2 weeks ago

Mr dmullenasc
I know you sir from cinematographer.com
And i read almost your reply on out friends there
Thank you for reply to me
But have more question
When I shooting in my Loction i use available light there and I completely the key light with my light or i use diffusion or blockin ..i want the close up apper like natural

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