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The scenes which we see in the movie as night scenes might not be filmed at night. Day for Night is a set of techniques is used to simulate a night scene while filming in daylight. These include tungsten-balanced rather than daylight-balanced film stock or special blue filters, under-exposing the shot (usually in post-production) to create the illusion of ...


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As has been pointed out, "order" is simply being used to indicate the channel has requested or plans to make the series being referenced. "Fox has ordered a full season of Gotham after test audiences provide glowing feedback for the first episode." Basically, this is indicating that Fox only produced at least the pilot episode and maybe a few others, ...


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This really is just called a variation and it's not limited to soundtracks, Wikipedia says: In music, variation is a formal technique where material is repeated in an altered form. A famous example of this are the Goldberg Variations. A Leitmotif is by definition the leading theme of the overall piece, which would be the film in this case, so it may ...


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From Bake Off insiders reveal what really goes on inside the tent: In the first year the show moved from place to place every week. This year (2014) the tent was pitched in April at Welford Park in Berkshire for ten weeks. "We try to record at weekends, because so many of our contestants have day jobs. They arrive, go into the tent, and bake for ...


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On the screenshot you posted, we can see that it's actually filmed at night (dark sky, visible street lights). But as it's not enough for a film, a few additionnal lights are put on the set. Additionnaly, the blue filter is added in order to make it feel a bit more "like a real night".


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Whilst it is no longer 'common' for films to be produced in different languages, as the dawn of the 'sound era' of cinema this was standard practice. The original Dracula is the most notorious version of this: During the day MGM would shoot with Bela Lugosi, then in the evenings the Spanish crew would take over the set and continue filming with Carlos ...


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I just want to add a note about "day for night", which to me usually looks fake. The three factors that I think are most important for a convincing "night" scene are: The sky has to be black. If its lit up at all, which happens in every day-for-night scene, the shot looks terrible. The shadows have to be BLACK. During daytime, shadows aren't black; they ...


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A light meter is a device used to measure the amount of light. In photography, a light meter is often used to determine the proper exposure for a photograph. Now why do you think that managing exposure is not needed in Digital Cinematography ? Photography or Cinematography, Analog or Digital, it's all about managing the exposure. In plainest terms, ...


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If I remember correctly, the standard contract for headlining TV actors is for seven years; with some options of renegotiation during, options for dropping out, being written out, allowance to take on other roles, etc. After the contract is up, and the TV show is still popular/makes money, the actors pretty much make the show what it is (in the eyes of the ...



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