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Here's the deal, it's called a "wet down." You wet a road so that it looks darker looking on film. I personally hate the look of it, but many DP's ...

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Because on camera especially at night a wet street looks WAY better. The wet roads reflect all the street, shops and car lights making the scene almost 3 dim...

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Thanks for the A 2 A, I like the other answers provided as they give the simple ... Why are the roads always wet in movies and TV shows? What are ... Wet roads look much nicer because of the reflection of light will be smoother.

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its been niggling me latley , movies that are set in somewhere dry ... I didn't really notice how many wet roads there were in movies (and on ...

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Apr 22, 2015 ... Answer 2: The roads are never wet in movies. You're just going slowly insane. It's probably caused by the thing that lives in your closet and is ...

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The reflection of the lights on the wet streets make good effects on the picture. Am a photographer myself and I always have good shots and ...

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Jun 20, 2011 ... Marilyn: You wrote about wet streets in movies. ... on a wet surface is the reason it's so difficult to see the stripes on a dark road in the rain.

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Jan 27, 2009 ... And so was I. CSI: Miami has always been my favorite CSI and I, too, ... wetted down prior to a film shoot – for some reason, wet streets look ...

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May 19, 2015 ... The driveway always looks wet because they spray it with a hose. ... you can apply to your driveway, walkway or patio to give it a “wet look.”.