Snap shots of the lighting so far

The lens of my snapshot camera is much wider than what I will use for filming, but this gives an impression.

this lights the backdrop

3 thoughts on “Snap shots of the lighting so far

  1. Joe Mross December 2, 2012 at 8:59 pm Reply

    Christiane, what you do is such an inspiration for all of us that simply want to make things, to live in the worlds in our heads and somehow find a way to show a bit of that to others. The combination of uneasiness and delight that one experiences seeing Blood Tea and Red String has certainly planted a magical seed in the history of the filmcraft of fairy tales. Now we all have something to look forward to in 2022. Already the imagery is enchanting and thought provoking.

    • Christiane December 28, 2012 at 8:14 pm Reply

      Thank you for your thoughtful comment. I am glad to have this venue to share the progress of this long project. I really do hope I will be able to have it done before 2022, though.

  2. […] I’ve been hard at work in my studio, making progress on Seed in the Sand! I thought you might be interested to see my new lighting set up. My shots so far have been in the lighting representing noon. I’ve just completed a shot where the time of day is late afternoon. The creatures are all staring at the place where the masked woman buried the gem. It starts at noon and shifts to late afternoon. Here is a photo of the lighting set-up followed by a still of each time of day. You can compare it to the noon lighting shown in this post:¬† […]

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