Day-for-night meaning

(film) A cinematographic technique in which a crew films in a high-contrast situation, typically in the early morning or late afternoon, with a blue filter, causing the scene to look as if it were shot in moonlight.
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(cinematography) In the daytime, with a blue filter, causing the scene to look as if it were shot in moonlight.

The Sandcrawler scene in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was shot day for night.

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