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    Using movie scenes for lighting references.

    Pardon if this is already an active topic but I was recently listening to the Brad Rigney interview on crimson daggers and he mentioned that he did a lot of his lighting studies from movies stills. He mentioned that John Carpenter's The Fog utilized dramatic lighting for one, anyone care to get a list going of movies scenes that are worth checking out for inspirational reference? Here is the fog shot I think he is referring to:
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