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Lighting a Park Scene

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by rw23, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. rw23

    rw23 Member

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    I was wondering what is the best way to go about lighting a scene so that it looked like it was outside. Thanks in advance for your help. :D
     
  2. bdesmond

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    What time of day? That really plays a big big factor...
     
  3. rw23

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    Afternoon
     
  4. bdesmond

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    A mix of R26, and R09 may work well for this. I can't remember the second color I always use - R26 is one, usually do it from a box boom position, and the other from an FOH catwalk, plus something like an R02 from some fresnels overhead makes for a nice look.
     
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    Depending where the scene is located, it couldn't hurt to throw a folliage breakup pattern or two in.
     
  6. lightwench

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    Also, what time of year?

    A break up is usually a good idea, no matter what time of year.

    How realiztic are you making the park? That helps also to narrow down colour.
     

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