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    Still from film shoot set in WW2. Crossed Processed. meant to simulate single light bulb source from overhead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by slackjack View Post
    Still from film shoot set in WW2. Crossed Processed. meant to simulate single light bulb source from overhead.
    do you mean that you photographed this image from a movie set or you copied the picture from somewhere else and post processed it? can't quite link the title to what you want to show here.

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    it was actually a student film and i shot that and the still as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slackjack View Post
    it was actually a student film and i shot that and the still as well.
    are you looking for critique on the processing done or the content of the picture?

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    just fire away, although i was looking more from a lighting perspective.

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    title = Naturalistic lighting

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    picture of 2 guys looking up at something (a lamp?)

    are they gazing at some kind of light known as 'Naturalistic Lighting'?

    otherwise if you're asking if this lighting works for the scene, i think it's only fair that the viewer be informed what this scene is about.
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    well they are supposed to be hiding in a cellar and there are people above em. its meant to simulate a single light bulb source from overhead, which we of coz see in a wider shot.

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    hi, this works for me...
    I've tried shooting stills for films and it's honestly something I find pretty difficult to do.
    yours is a good shot with many stories to tell.

    cheerios

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    Why do you call this a naturalistic lighting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by student View Post
    Why do you call this a naturalistic lighting?
    well its supposed to simulate a single light bulb source so u gotta take note of shadow direction, darkness of background drawers, contrast on face and so on and so forth

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    Quote Originally Posted by slackjack View Post
    well its supposed to simulate a single light bulb source so u gotta take note of shadow direction, darkness of background drawers, contrast on face and so on and so forth
    Was this picture taken with a strong natural light, or was there an artificial light source?

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    it was a set up, so there are "artificial" lights...

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