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Question by TGBoston: Tips for Filming in a Cemetery?
I have a film class project where I’m filming in a cemetery and have to do all the editing in-camera (no post). Im wondering what the best way to go about this would be for lighting and settings on the camera. Im thinking about going at sundown to give it a darker golden look. Any advice would be great.
Also which way do gravestones face? If its east, which i think it is, i should probably shoot in the morning then i would think.
Also its a small historic cemetery (myles standish duxbury,ma) so it doesnt ‘close’ and I dont have to worry about that.
Answer by Syl
Most close the gates before sundown. Morning would be best.
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