I am doing a short on the BMPCC this weekend, and I have an interesting challenge.
One of the shots involves a news reporter on a TV screen (night interior). I plan to do it practically, actually film the TV, as the shot will be at a low angle with a coffee table and glasses in the foreground, and I want natural reflections of the TV in the foreground. I will adjust TV and camera settings to be sure there is no flicker, however, white balance is my main concern. On some flat screen HDTVs I have been able to adjust white balance to match tungsten lighting, however, the TV for this film cannot do that. So my thought was, balance the camera to the TV (~6000-6500k, I'll be shooting RAW) change out practical fixtures with daylight flo bulbs (the bulbs I have are 5000k, which would provide a little warmth as if tungsten) and then use daylight LEDs for the rest of the lighting (I have dracast and Kino LEDs available).
Any thoughts on if this plan will work and look natural? I think the other advantage is that the BMPCC tends to be better with noise and colour at daylight than tungsten, but I want to be sure the result LOOKS like tungsten.