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day for night

I would keep the stock low ASA even if I would've
choosen a  high speed on an actual night exterior shoot. It'll require less
filtration to get the stop and make looking through the viewfinder easier.

Gerlof, is it color or black and white? If b/w consider what they want for
contrast and use colored filters on-set.

--Michael Yetter
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> >A client of mine is going to shoot day for night in the mountains
> >with snow. does anybody have some advice for me/him on how to shoot
> >and transfer this stuff.,,,,,,,,
> >
> >Gerlof Kamerling
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