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Sundar Raghavan

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About Sundar Raghavan

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  • Birthday 08/02/1992

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    Chennai -Tamil Nadu- India
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    {{{{{""""Cinematography """{{}}}}
  1. i am using tapatalk but to read full article we have to use a browser . if there is any app which saves forum feeds and lets us to read full thread without any external browser pls let me know .(For Android ). I am using "feedly" which is very helpful to get updates from other sites like nofilmschool , cinematographydb, ascblog ,fdtimes , abelcine etc etc but not for this type of forum.
  2. Hello everyone , what is "Fixed Pattern Noise " and "Temporal Noise " in CMOS imagers. how do they control or reduce it .. Thank you , Sundar.
  3. In addition to above books mentioned ,I would also recommend Basic Photographic Materials And Processes By Nanette Salvaggio.. I Just Glanced The Whole Book , It has very good and deep explanations about many things- Light , Exposure , Optics ,Sensitometry, Color , Tone Reproduction , Filters Etc.. If u want to get strong in theoretical part i highly recommend this book...Rather Than Other Books Which explains only the practical part we need ,this book explains everything with deep science behind every aspects of Photographic materials .. But though some dragging unwanted explanations are also there in this which we need to skip.. But Overall a great book With lots of information . Thank You, Sundar Raghavan.
  4. Hi, I Need The Chemical ingredients For C41 Process to develop Kodak Colorplus 35mm colour negative.. Also need the chemical formula for it per litre.. Thank You, Sundar.
  5. Thank you all for sharing your knowledge.. but the thing is film stocks mentioned above are 16mm .. Do anyone have idea about doing the same thing in 35mm Sound Negative film with latest 35mm film camera or someone had tried it earlier in 35mm?? wats the result? Thanks, Sundar. Email me
  6. Thank you charlie :) :).. have joined that group , got some useful informations and posted my doubts too .. Thanks, Sundar.
  7. NOTE- I Am a beginner , if my question is silly please do ignore and help me with the answer .Thank you. Is it Possible to expose a sound negative in film camera ? does it form any image in it ?? My another question is whether the sound negative contains emulsion fully coated or it contains emulsion only on the sound-track portion?? i guess it is fully coated on emulsion side , if so can the sound negative form any image on it if exposed through camera ? Thank You, Sundar.
  8. I am judging exposure with the help of a spot meter in Nikon D90 and also the TTL metering... Now i am clear that Dxcode not available in my camera.. But i want to know how TTL meter calibrates exposure.. For Example- F-11,S-1/60, 100ASA is correct exposure .. Then if changing ASA alone , keeping 200ASA for f-11,S-1/60 shows over in TTL, keeping 50ASA shows Under... How this is Calibrated in Camera?? Wat is the mechanism?
  9. Nikon Fm10-35mm Slr camera- How ASA, Shutter speed and Aperture are interlinked in this camera to show the exposure is correct or not that is the TTL metering.. The camera that i have does not sense the ASA of the film which they call as Dx-code something that i am not sure.. Even when i keep wrong ASA , i have no effect in negative.. EXAMPLE- I Loaded 100ASA film and setting ASA manually in the dial, getting f-11 and shutt-1/60 as correct exposure in TTL.. When i turn ASA dial to 200 or 400 keeping same 100ASA film, it shows overexposure in viewfinder(TTL).. But it is correctly exposed in film.. And How this over and under indication in viewfinder works.. I wil also be happy if someone explain about dxcode and its working principle..
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