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On Set: Into the Badlands – Times of Day – Replicating Early Morning Exteriors

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Contains 34 minutes of extensive video content and analysis.

Welcome to On Set With Shane Day 3 of Into The Badlands. This day was monstrous, being 6 7/8 pages. It also was the first day on the plantation along the Mississippi River about 45 minutes outside of New Orleans. The character Quinn owns the plantation, and I’m going to explain some of the exterior shots, as well as some of the interior shots of this day.

With Into the Badlands, I wanted everything to be a bit unique and have a surreal quality of light. I had lots of color contrast between warm and cool tones, strong cyan colored moonlight, and strange sunlight patterns through leaves or the clouds. These made Badlands feel like a different world.

  • Creating a Key Light source through windows and doors to amplify the feeling of a day interior scene.
  • Flipping a scene from a Day Interior to a Night Interior.
  • Establishing Day Exteriors at Sunset, creating a “Golden Hour” mood and tone.
  • Establishing mood and tones in Lighting of different characters entering each others “worlds.”
  • Planning your day to cover 7 pages of multiple scenes – making your day and capturing great material.

2 reviews for On Set: Into the Badlands – Times of Day – Replicating Early Morning Exteriors

  1. 5 out of 5


    Best line, “Would this happen realistically? Absolutely not. Does it look cool as shit? YES!” Great job Shane Hurlbut ASC!

  2. 5 out of 5



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