Topic: Tips for Creating Convincing Outdoors Scenes
Currently in pre-production of a rather long film and I'm already forseeing some potential hangups in production that my lack of experience with the medium may cause. Most pressing is creating a good looking outdoor scene that gives the impression of "outdoors" without feeling claustrophobic and not needing to invest my life savings in base plates.
I am comfortable with chroma keying, and plan on shooting with a rather shallow depth of field (6D Mk2 with a 55mm micro lens). But I know I'm not to the first to run into this issue, so what are some ways of helping enforce the feeling of open outdoor space, whether it be set design, shot framing, or camera angles?