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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. Ok, so I ll go SDI. Why do you find best to go SLogcine3? only beacaue of the roll of on the highlights? or what more you find its better? And, another doubt I have, wich hand held grip would you recommend? Like sth very lighweight: left hand in the focus, and rigth hand in the grip ..
  2. Ok, so I ll go SDI. Why do you find best to go SLogcine3? only beacaue of the roll of on the highlights? or what more you find its better? And, another doubt I have, wich hand held grip would you recommend? Like sth very lighweight: left hand in the focus, and rigth hand in the grip ..
  3. 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?
  4. 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 !!
  5. 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?
  6. I also found this.. https://store.steampowered.com/app/904960/Cine_Tracer/
  7. ok! Im cheking it right now.. thanks!
  8. 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..
  9. Well! Finally I shot the project.. Im starting tomorrow some color Correction for sdr and hdr, and Its like you said. Thanks!
  10. 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...
  11. 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?
  12. 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?
  13. 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?
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