When I interviewed Alex at her house, there wasn’t much natural lighting and her house only had two big windows, East-facing. The day happened to be cloudy and natural light, as a resource was limited and disappeared as the day went on. We had to rely on room lighting:
…which didn’t add too much and made for a strange starting point for colour correction in the edit. The ideal situation would be to have external lighting, however, I begin to question what ethnographic methods would have to say about altering the environment of an interview or someone’s room.