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Hello Roger, James and people on this forum,
Thank you for offering a second season to the Team Deakins podcast! This is a real pleasure to listen!
I am shooting in a few weeks a project in 16mm and I am seeking for advice when shooting in direct sunlight. This project will be happening on a Caribbean beach, an environment I know little about. I will shoot either on 200T or 250D. I won’t have the means to control / diffuse the sun light (only for close ups). I also don’t know in which measure I will be able to choose the best time of day to shoot so I want to prepare for the worst.
I was wondering if there is any advice you can provide notably with shooting on film in such environment: maybe by pushing or pulling process and, in this case, is 200T better? What are the things to be particularly attentive to in order to protect highlight but also, and perhaps more, shadows? I have shot a few time with 250D and know how well it handle the highlight but I never shot in this environment. 🙂
Thanks in advance!
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