Movie Star- Historic Film Set - Light Painting

Movie Night Set at the Train Depot

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Reproducing a Movie Set at the Train Depot. Danilo had to be the director, the cameraman, and the light person all at once. Marlene is the Lady to board the train for her next romantic adventure.

This train is a historical gem found at the train depot in Görlitz.

It was built in 1897 by the company Steinfurt/AEG Königsberg

What happened here?

At first, I shed some light on to the producer with a torch, then I walked to Marlene and shed light on her and the trainmaster. Then light up the train and the film guy. Danilo moved from the chair to the camera. Then he went to the Spotlight and I shed one last time the light on him. All of that in a single exposure.

Photoicon-Camera-47x36.pngCanon 5D Mark IV Camera Settings:
Photoicon-Timer-47x36.png14 seconds
Photoicon-F-Stop-47x36.pngF14 on Canon EF 24-105 F.4

Super nice memory this shooting. I have to thank the Görlitz Train Depot for letting us play all night. Super thankful to the GVB (Görlitz train company). Also thank you Danilo for organizing all that. We had so much fun. Lighting the old and the new trains was amazingly fun.

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