"Complete Wetdown" sometimes is a horror for the production ... I didn't really
notice how many wet roads there were in movies (and on T.V.) ...
Thanks for the A 2 A, I like the other answers provided as they give the simple
answer to your question. Movies, like all photography, are all about light and
Jun 20, 2011 ... Marilyn: You wrote about wet streets in movies. ... reason we DPs [directors of
photography] often do a “wet down” for nighttime exteriors.
It makes the streets look better on film. There is more reflection of light off of wet
pavement, more shine or gloss. In fact, I ... Thumbs down.
Wet downsearch for term. The practice of hosing down roads and sidewalks for
night shoots so that the light will reflect off of them. Previous definition Voice Over.
whatever is the colour of the ground (Snow? Desert? Street? Grass?). This colour
will mix ... rainy area, it's worth wetting down the first day, in case it rains on the
I'm hard pressed to find a movie where this is not the case. (Low budget excluded
) I'm assuming they hose down the streets before the shoot ...
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Oct 27, 2015 ... Why are movie streets always wet? The simple answer is it's aesthetically
pleasing. When you're filming outside, especially at night, it is difficult ...
May 19, 2015 ... The driveway always looks wet because they spray it with a hose. “We water it
down so that it looks pretty on TV,” host Chris Harrison wrote on ...