Have you ever needed to light and shoot a room for both nighttime and daytime scenes for a production like a commercial? What are some essential techniques and pieces of gear that you will need to pull this off? In this movie, author Richard Harrington walks you through how to light and shoot a kitchen for the daytime scenes that are needed for a production like a commercial.
- After a long day of shooting,…load out sounds pretty good.…The challenge, though,…is that this is the time…that people start to get a little careless.…When we loaded out of the location,…it was a very coordinated effort.…First off, we finished shooting upstairs…with a scene that only involved some of the crew.…This allowed other crew members…to start to break equipment down,…and put it back into cases.…We, also, then made sure as we loaded out…that people were keeping an eye out…for creating problems,…or bumping into things.…
A lot of times, it's good to assign…a production assistant,…or someone else on your crew…to serve as a spotter.…We had a lot of pretty big lighting equipment.…Big stands, bars, all sorts of things…that could easily have put a hole in something,…or knocked a TV over.…It's important that you don't rush.…Now, because we had a good schedule,…and we decided to not jam-pack it all…into a single day,…load out wasn't exceptionally rushed.…By everyone on the crew working together,…we were able to safely load out.…
- Meeting the project and team
- Writing the script
- Casting actors
- Scouting for locations
- Creating schedules and budgets
- Shooting scenes
- Retiming footage
- Color grading
- Compressing for delivery
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1. Meet the Project and Team
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