Thanks for the A 2 A, I like the other answers provided as they give the simple
answer to your ... time scenes shot during the day. It's amazing what a blue filter
will do to make broad daylight look like night! Written Dec 30, 2014 · View
Feb 12, 2011 ... Best Answer: You've got the right answer. It makes the streets look better on film.
There is more reflection of light off of wet pavement, more ...
Aug 27, 2006 ... It would be interesting if anyone knows when, wetting the streets got started. ...
When the crew prepares for a 'wetdown' what do they use?
May 19, 2015 ... The driveway always looks wet because they spray it with a hose. ... and though
it's been re-covered twice, I haven't had to do any work to the ...
If they were shooting with dry streets to begin with and later on it rained they
would be screwed. Rent the DVD of Ronin (prolly you already did) ...
Nov 26, 2013 ... You may have noticed that many night scenes in Hollywood movies feature wet
pavement, ... Since they have discovered that spraying water on the streets is a
great ... prettier night scenes with more highlights in them, they do this even ... [
Figure 4.29] A night scene takes advantage of a wet-looking ground ...
Do you prefer shooting indoors or outdoors? What are the .... I shot a very
expensive Coke ad in the '80?s in NY and they forgot the wet-down. There were ...
Mar 3, 2011 ... Do the women have a lot of food around them while they're waiting around to sort
of snack on, cause they ... Why is the driveway always wet?
Jan 27, 2009 ... When we arrived and told them we were big fans of the show, they welcomed ...
wetted down prior to a film shoot – for some reason, wet streets look better on ...
That was just such a nice thing to do, we couldn't even believe it!
Oct 27, 2015 ... Why are movie streets always wet? The simple answer is it's ... How do they
achieve such realistic sound effects? The magic of sound effects go ...