Jump to content

Mathew Collins

Basic Member
  • Content Count

    228
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About Mathew Collins

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Occupation
    Cinematographer
  • Location
    India

Recent Profile Visitors

5845 profile views
  1. > http://www.brianpritchard.com/colour_films_with_unusual_sensit.htm Thank you Simon. Good information in the link. Magenta layer is sharpest and changed as top layer in positive films. But Kodak did not follow the same order in Negative films.
  2. In the ECN-2 processing given in the link, https://www.kodak.com/uploadedfiles/motion/h2407.pdf The order of emulsion layers in Negative are in the order Yellow, Magenta, Cyan layers from the top to bottom. But in KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383 https://www.kodak.com/uploadedfiles/motion/2383_ti2397.pdf or in ECP-2E Processing document, https://www.kodak.com/uploadedfiles/motion/h2409(2).pdf The layers in the print film are given in a different order, Magenta, Cyan, Yellow .Any specific reasons for this change in order?
  3. David, Thanks for the information. Every time your one replay clears many questions.
  4. When projector light passes through the print, does it have to pass thru 3 layers, first, Green sensitive emulsion ie; Magenta Layer Next, Red sensitive emulsion ie; Cyan layer and finally Blue sensitive emulsion ie; Yellow layer Then no light will be passed. I think there is something wrong with my understanding.
  5. Thank you Phil. How would the image formed on screen, when white light passed through the Y,M,C layers of release print?
  6. Hi, A Question related to workflow of between camera negative and release print. The Inter Negative(I.N.) is printed to Release print. While processing the release print, what layers of dye would be present in Release prints? Is it same layers as I.N.? Yellow, Magenta and Cyan layers? How the color reproduction happening in screen while going thru projector? -Mathew Collins.
  7. Please suggest some good Books or Links to refer about Film processing to Printing (both Black & White and Color). -Mathew Collins
  8. I tried to understand few things while watching movies. 1. Camera moving towards or away from character, makes the image size big/or small create some impression on the viewer. When the size of the character fills the frame viewer may feel that the character is superior and when and when character is isolated in frame, he is inferior. 2. When camera is moving along with character the support is given to character from story point. 3. I could not really understand the situations to go for Dolly Vs Panning. 4. When camera is static and character is, no support given from story point, but character is trying to do something on his own.
  9. Hi, I have few questions about camera and character movement which psychologically communicating to viewer, 1. Camera moving towards while Character is moving (image size is increasing and depth-of-field is decreasing). 1. Camera moving away from Character while Character is moving(image size is decreasing and depth-of-field is increasing). 2. Camera moving along with character and Character moving towards or away from camera(image size increasing/decreasing). 3. Camera is moving along with Character (any type of camera movement)(no difference in image size). 3. Camera is moving along with Character(dolly vs panning). 4. Camera is static while Character is moving (image size increasing/decreasing/no difference). 5. Camera is moving while Character is static (image size increasing/decreasing/no difference). -Mathew Collins
  10. Thank you all. That clears lot of questions. I was confused about key + fill : fill which is given in many books. Now I could go with Key: Fill . -Mathew Collins
  11. Hi, 

    I was reading your post in,

    Could you send the spreadsheet mentioned in the post to

    collinsmathew@gmail.com

    Thanks

    Mathew Collins.

     

  12. My understanding was Contrast/ Lighting Ratio is, key + fill : fill. Some of the books gives the ratio as , Ex: Set Lighting Technician's Handbook, Fourth Edition Film Lighting Equipment by Harry C. Box-page 112 key + fill : fill -Mathew Collins.
×
×
  • Create New...