July 27, 2018 at 1:36PM
Controling fluctuating white balance during filming
Complete noob here and it would be a great help to get some direction if possible before I start filming.
Here is the scenario:
I want to shoot a simple forward motion (FPP) that moves from a hallway into a small bathroom and I want it as one shot. Does this mean I have to have my lighting balanced from the hallway into the bathroom? (regarding WB) For the scene inside the bathroom I would like it to be darker as there will be an actor playing dead in the bath with candles illuminating there face, i will of course need some lighting in the bathroom but that's where I envisage the problems starting to arise. I will also be switching lenses once inside the bathroom (from 24mm to 50mm) as I want to get in close to the actor.
I wont be shooting in RAW btw and I don't want to do this in post as I believe it would be better if I can get the WB right during the shot.
Any tips or suggestions would be great.
Thanks in advance.