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Hello Mr. Deakins and all the cinematographers over this forum. First of all, I hope you Mr. Deakins, and Mrs. James are well.
If I can ask more questions about ‘EoL’, I would like to ask you about the beautiful scene that involves the dialogue between ‘Stephen’ and ‘Hilary’ at dusk that takes place in the empty area upstairs in the lobby.
I really loved those colors and light there.
Knowing that you shot the movie in winter I guess that the amount of time of that condition of light was really short! The scene on the screen has 6 different angles, and I would like to ask you if you are scheduled to shoot the scene on multiple days at the same time of the day (also considering the weather conditions).
If I remember correctly the glass doors in the lobby were facing at
North-East so I assume also that set had the same North-East facing.
If I can ask two more questions, did you choose the colors of those window’s glass, I assume the alternate and the color contrast, or for other reasons? And for the ‘OTS’ and close-ups, did you use some light from outside for the characters or it was only the natural light that washed their face casting colors through the colored glasses?
I attach stills below in two/three replies cause I figured out that I can’t post more than 2 images per post.
As always I want to thank you Mr. Deakins for your time and availability.
I apologize for my bad English.
I wish you a peaceful day,
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