Posted on 3/9/2010 1:18:00 AM
I really can't say enough on the versatility of the Comer 1800 light. It gave me enough punch but still looked natural to do an outdoor night scene on a rooftop deck in San Francisco. the lighting looked pretty natural for only having one light. It was really windy and really cold up there so we didn't want to pull power and set up a bunch of HMI's.
We also did a scene where the talent was walking down a dark street and had a PA hand holding the light up high walking backwards with them. I was able to dim it enough to get the scene to look believable.
The light worked out great.
GLow Media Productions
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