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Ronald Carrion

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  1. I will. Thanks for your help.
  2. This was a test question about filters that I had in college yesterday. The professor just wanted us to answer with a basic understanding of 85 and 80 filters usage in indoors and outdoors situations. Just the basic abc for each situation.
  3. On the other hand: On film you don't have a 3200K button that allows you to warm up the scene outdoors as you have with a video camera. Only the ISO of the film which in this case is daylight. So you add the CTO in the lens of the camera. When you go inside the cto plus the tungstens lights makes the light doble warm. Is that reasoning acceptable?
  4. If I am going to film with daylight film an indoors scene then, what kind of filter should I use? 85 or 80? Why?In my opinion it should be 85 (orange) because in indoors there will be tungsten, so in order to level that temperature with the film I must use the orange filter. Am I right? Please help.
  5. The cinematographer has a lot of work to do, but the director is involved in the production before the shooting starts and even after.
  6. The robots in Transformers for example, can they be done in camera?
  7. But, dont you think that the FX that you see in Life or Pi or Pirates of the Caribbean are way better than the ones you can do with a dslr? I mean, don’t you need an specialist to do that?
  8. How much of SFXs a director must know in order to make the movie? Is he supposed to have a great deal of knowledge of this field before embarking in such kind of projects? Must the cinematographer know this subject too?
  9. My question is how much of SFXs a director must know in order to make a movie? Is he supposed to have a great deal of knowledge in this field before embarking in such kind of projects? Do they teach special effects for directors? Is that something that the cinematographer must know? Thank you for your time.
  10. Hi everyone. I am about to start the 2 years of film studies at LACC and my goal is to become a film ditrector. My likings, which used to be quite broad, have narrowed down to movies where especial effects are of the essence ( Life of Pi, Transformers, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc.) My question is how much of SFXs a director must know in order to make the movie? Is he supposed to have a great deal of knowledge of this field before embarking in such kind of projects? Thanks.
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