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Kiruba Nidhi

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About Kiruba Nidhi

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  • Birthday 07/22/1988

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    Cinematographer
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    Tamilnadu State, India
  1. I thank everyone contributed their knowledge. All of your replies influence me to do my project well. Regards Kiruba
  2. Sir, very much thankful to you for such an eloborate & clearful guidance. I shall do according to your suggestions. Also I hope for such helps in future too. Hope you never mind. Once again Thank You for spending your valuable moments amidst your busy schedule. Regards Kiruba
  3. "time the blue"? sounds too technical. what does it actually mean? any step to proceed while color timing or about any method to calculate filter value to achieve the blue to match the interior? regards Kiruba
  4. thankful to u Mr.Adrian. very informative & helpful. Regards Kiruba
  5. Hi Mr.Adrian u specified about using 81EF filter for outdoors stuff. Isn't it 81EF filter converts the film from 3850k to 4140k with 2/3 stop increase in exposure? Then how it increases the blue actually? Regards Kiruba
  6. Hello Mr.paul, To answer your question color timing is possible, but test is not. One more thing I would like to get clarified that u specified about a strong cast. May I know what kind of cast? That will be helpful to manipulate the color if you give a hint about it from your vast experience. Thank you once again. Awaiting Your reply. Hope you never mind. Regards Kiruba
  7. Hello Mr.Paul Color timing is possible...but test is not regards Kiruba
  8. Hello Christopher, Thankful to you. I would like to clarify two things that I forgot to mention in my post actually. One is DI not allowed. Then only tungsten lights will be provided. Could you please suggest me other possibilities though fixing color with computer software is the easiest & consistent way? Awaiting your reply. Regards Kiruba
  9. Hello Mr. Paul, Thankful to you. I would like to clarify two things that I forgot to mention in my post actually. One is DI not allowed. Then only tungsten lights will be provided. Also I have one doubt regarding your post that u mentioned to shoot indoor stuff with the 85 filter. Isn't it shooting tungsten film with 85 filter indoor with PAR lights shift the film to daylight & with tungsten lights increases warm tone actually? Awaiting your reply & clarification. Hope you never mind. Regards Kiruba
  10. hello everyone, I'm a final year cinematography student of ftit, chennai, tamilnadu. Within a month, I'm going to do my diploma film, the academic exercise.My director wants a blue tone overall the movie. so somebody give me suggestions to achieve it since i'm a budding cinematographer. Herewith I'm attaching all the equipments i would be provided : Arriflex III, 500T (2 nos), 200T (4 nos), lenses- 24mm-290mm zoom, 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, light- 1kw, 2kw, 5kw. I know many methods would be available like using filters and all, but i would like to know the effective method that would be apt for the mentioned requirements. By the way, the diploma genre is a thriller. Regards Kirubanidhi
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