"Alright, this definitely helps me think about things some more. In terms of getting a shot from above (say from the chandelier looking down at the characters in the ballroom) would I need to make smaller scaled puppets and raise my tripod way up to…"
" My bigger sets were usually built on a tabletop made of an 8' x 4' sheet of particle board. A couple of objects in the foreground (like a tree or column or two) could give the impression there was more closer up where the…"
"Thanks Darius that's exactly what I needed to figure out. And I really like the idea of swapping walls to change perspective. I think it will be some combination of everything suggested here. Thanks!"
"Thanks Radius that's exactly what I needed to figure out. And I really like the idea of swapping walls to change perspective. I think it will be some combination of everything suggested here. Thanks!"
"If you don't want to make the whole ballroom, is it possible to use the editing to restrict the size of your set? What I mean is: Shot 1 - characters dancing in the middle, set behind with door (forced perspective). Shot 2 - reverse using the…"
"If you were to assume the largest adult at 10" would be 6 feet tall in real life then you can divide all other dimensions by 7.2 (6 feet in real life is 72" thus 72" divided by 10" = 7.2). So if your ceilings are nine feet…"
"Forced perspective was also a thought. But there's also a shot of them walking to the other end of the room (the room doesn't actually look like a ballroom like this). There's another door and the intention would be to see them go…"
"Perhaps you could use some elements close to the same scale, such as the pillars and curtains in the picture,, and make the windows in forced perspective or green screen. If you have several chandeliers, the closest one could be in the real set, and…"
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