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Hello Mr. Deakins and all the people over this fantastic forum.
I hope you Mr. Deakins and Mrs. James are well, I really enjoyed the conversation with Greig Freiser on ‘ The Batman’, a lot of interesting pieces of information were discussed.
I would like to ask you, If it’s possible, a question that maybe was already answered in the old forum but I don’t remember to have read about it.
In ‘1917’ Church scene, have you got problems with flare causing the specular lights? If yes, how did you approach and solve the problem?
I had a flare “issue” on a shot with a practical light in a kitchen, an under cabinet light (something like a small tube but more specular), and also if I tried to angle the practical to not be specular to the lens the issue was there. I ended up turning off that light.
Now, I was thinking about that kind of scene with a lot of par light in front of the lens and ask myself how to manage that “risk”.
As always I want to thank you for your patience and availability. I would already have a lot of questions on ‘EOL’ 😁 by watching different trailers, some BTS, and your interview on BSC, but I don’t know if I can already ask or if it’s too early yet.
I hope to see a section in ‘Looking at lighting” because what I’ve seen is pure beauty. Just the idea that are you behind the camera, behind the light gives me emotions.
I wish you a peaceful day.
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