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Best filming timings386

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Hi all,

Just curious based on your experiences, what are the good timings for filming?

I would say with all lights on inside, during Spring/Summer, it's probably 8-11am and 230pm-5pm.

What's your take?

Thanks!
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CarlosFHdz private msg quote post Address this user
Call me the too many variables guy.lol.

Depends on which way the windows face.

I think noon is best for strictly interior. Less light glaring in, the windows will look very bright though.
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Jamie private msg quote post Address this user
I like shooting around dusk. The glare is a killer. We need exposure controls
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