Stepping on to the set of Premonition, the film's chief lighting technician had a feeling the film needed more than just good lighting. It needed daylight…lots of daylight. "Given our location and the number of interior shots expected, I knew we'd need several types of lamps and lighting techniques to capture the mood the director was after," says 25–year industry veteran Dwight D. Campbell, chief lighting technician for Premonition and independent lighting gaffer for television and films ...

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