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Matias Nicolas

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About Matias Nicolas

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  • Birthday 02/04/1977

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  • Occupation
    Cinematographer
  • Location
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Specialties
    Direction of photography
    Photo art
    Painting
    Music
    Travelling
    Reading

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    http://www.matiasnicolas.com
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    movimatt
  1. mmmm I Im shooting with Sony F55 ... better SDI no? or HDMI? What are yo thoughts? And, a doubt: If I use the waveform, from the small hd to monitor the image coming from the F55, in this case Slog 2 - .709 . Its accurate? or better use the Zebra of the camera?
  2. Im not sure if its HDMI or SDI. I will be nadheld aprox 80% of the shotting, and I love the Small Hd, cause its small. And the bright spec for exteriors. Now that you are asking me about the nits, really I don't now how many nits I really need for exteriors. I think the more nits, the best. I cheeked B&Hphoto for that info and didn't find it. And as we are shooting for 20 days the prod is going to buy 2 monitors. I see that you post 1000 nits, so I think we are ok with 1000 nits... I will check prices and tech specs of the other ones! Thanks !!
  3. Hi, Im gonna shoot a documentary. I need to buy these SmallHD 702 Bright on camera-camera monitor 7' . the thing is our producer, is asking me for cheaper options. Can you help me?
  4. I also found this.. https://store.steampowered.com/app/904960/Cine_Tracer/
  5. ok! Im cheking it right now.. thanks!
  6. Hi! I wanna know which digital tool, do you use or you know dp's use in big budget feature films or big comercials to design the lighting of a studio or big set. For ej: (you can correct me!!) in the AC mag sometimes you see that in some movies the have a loke an architecture plan in some type of scale, with all the ligths, and measures of the set, for big planning studios shots. I been watching also a plug in called the "cine designer" which is a plug in for cinema 4D from Cinematograhpy Database, where you can also plan your shot in 3D. Which I was amazed. Please, let me know every thing you know! thanks..
  7. Well! Finally I shot the project.. Im starting tomorrow some color Correction for sdr and hdr, and Its like you said. Thanks!
  8. Does someone know, were I can I get more info about HDR or Dolby Vision. not referred to still photograhpy, but yes to tv series...
  9. Hi! Im going to shoot a miniature: a tree falling down breaking a fence on the woods scale 1:10. The art dept is building rhe maquet. I read in the AC manual that for scale 1:10 I need to shoot al 75 fps to feel real a miniature tree falling. But what about lenses and T stop? And light? How should I do to feel It realistic and natural?
  10. Hi! I have to shoot a miniature: a tree falling down and crashing to the floor in scale 1:10. I read in the AC manual that that I should shoot it al 75 fps. But whixh lense docyou recomend? Wide angle? Normal? Which T stop? Distance ro object? What about light?
  11. Hi! I have to shoot a miniature: a tree falling down and crashing to the floor in scale 1:10. I read in the AC manual that that I should shoot it al 75 fps. But whixh lense docyou recomend? Wide angle? Normal? Which T stop? Distance ro object? What about light?
  12. And, a And which is the best way for you to illuminate a jungle, with this haze, and not seeing the white light when the haze in near the haze that you start kind of seeing the lights?
  13. So, to shoot in a cold place or hot place changes the haze? Cause Im shooting in a hot and humid jungle (ground level cero).. But we are doing tests in the woods, ground level 1000mts above the sea (cause the jungle location is really far from the production company).. Do yo think this chages sth in the moving or not of the haze?
  14. Cool, but our problem ithat we need the smoke to stay without moving..
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