Only thing I can recommend is Day for Night filter. You shoot in broad day light, and avoid shooting directly at the sun, and of course shadows. Then use the filter to make it look like night time. But that is night... not really low light. Anyway heres the link... free download gives a preview on the site: www.riverrockstudios.com/riverrock/pages/dayfornight.html
For low light.. I'm sure you'll be able to achieve this affect using (if your using Final Cut if not the equivalent of) Colour Correcter, and that new program "Colour" just play around. I'm certain a scene in "Is Anybody There" did this... looked great. In the Basement scene if you've seen it.
carolyn: Looks posh in here Dave. Did the Council pay for the new windows?
Apr 5, 2013 17:50:59 GMT
Dave: Someone put the old windows through!
Apr 5, 2013 18:02:56 GMT
RydCook: SHOUTINGSHOUTING I AM SHOUTING
Apr 8, 2013 21:58:21 GMT
Dave: Channel4 news is halfway through as I type... interview with Shane coming up in the next 30 mins! (No one will see this in time).
Apr 16, 2013 18:26:01 GMT
pauleaster: shitty new site had to rejoin
Apr 16, 2013 20:13:42 GMT
meadowpain: I have only one question to ask. Is Mr Meadows a Notts County fan? If so would he like to go the last game of the season, I have a spare corporate ticket. Food etc. Life does not get more glamorous than that, not even in Hollywood!
Apr 17, 2013 10:49:34 GMT