I'm a visual artist and amateur film maker.
I wanna ask advice on shooting a still image video of an indoor space with dime lighting.
The challenge is to make the video look so still that it can be mistaken for a image. I'm hoping to create the effect of watching a image on a screen which you can only notice to be a video by looking very closely. I hope my equipment is adequate. I have a D7000 canon to shoot with.
A video with poor lighting often shows on the image surface as grains flickering, thereby creating a small sensation of movement in the image. This is what I need to prevent, but it is not easy since the room is not very well lit.
The video is for a visual art piece. It will be shown in a art gallery on a monitor.
Thanks in advance for any advice on this subject