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Sushanta Barman

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  1. I also have long following shot of two charecters walking forward and talking both are in same position and camera is in front them following. I want the good face light and dont want to have shadows under the eyes.
  2. Thank you Sir for the insight, I am a film school student and I don't have the access to a 18k hmi, I am going to have a three 350w led, one 1k led and one 4k hmi and skimmers. I want the light to be overcast, and no hard sunlight in the shots but is the natural overcast light enough for the wide and mid shots ( to have a good kind of rim light in the back of charecters and the face with good highlight ). I want to have good face light and contrast between the charecters and the environment. The first frame that I have posted how do you think I can make it more pleasing using ? The first frame that you have posted I want thak king of lighting( soft, diffused and the rim light which is over the shoulder and head ) Sorry I will not post again in multiple subforums.
  3. Is it required to light for overcast day in a forest ? Lighting can be done for a mid shot or close but for wide it's not possible so will it look ugly? I have seen movies such as The witch ( which was done in natural light ) but it was superb, how can I achieve that kind of lighting ? And how do I have a good contrast between the characters and environment ? Here is two photo of our recent reckee shoot.
  4. Is it required to light for overcast day in a forest ? Lighting can be done for a mid shot or close but for wide it's not possible so will it look ugly? I have seen movies such as The witch ( which was done in natural light ) but it was superb, how can I achieve that kind of lighting ? And how do I have a good contrast between the characters and environment ? Here is two photo of our recent reckee shoot.
  5. How can I set the 3:2 aspect ratio in view finder of f55 ? And if it can't be set how can I shoot in 3:2 aspect ratio ?
  6. okay in a fews days I will be showing you guys the photos and we will discuss about it. till then can you suggest me any outdoor lighting documentary or videos available in you tube or movies shot in jungle .
  7. I will be doing a shoot in jungle. I want to know how can I control the day outdoor light. The weather condition around here is sometimes rainy and hard sunlight. I want to do various scene in different lighting, so please help on how I can create the different lighting scene 1. diffused lighting on character and the surrounding trees. 2. hard side light to fall in character face. 3. using top sun light for a day murder scene. ( i want to use a lot of highlight in the scene, how it would be as using top sun light? and what precaution are required ) Kindly help me with what hmi, or solars i can use and how to use it I want to have a bit of contrast between the character and background ( i want the character to be 1 stop up and the surrounding to be 1 stop down )
  8. Thanks Tyler Purcell Sir, Thanks Robin R Probyn Sir, I have found that when I choose the cine EI mode then I cannot choose the ISO setting instead I get to choose the Exposure Index ranging from 500 EI to above, so I am confused about that does the ISO 2000 is still active while using exposure index of 500 EI or is it just the 500 EI active when we are using cine EI mode?
  9. Thanks Tyler Purcell Sir, Thanks Robin R Probyn Sir, I have found that when I choose the cine EI mode then I cannot choose the ISO setting instead I get to choose the Exposure Index ranging from 500 EI to above, so I am confused about that does the ISO 2000 is still active while using exposure index of 500 EI or is it just the 500 EI active which we are using is cine EI mode?
  10. How cine cameras like Sony fs7 can offer the lowest ISO 2000 for shooting? Is this related with large sensor size ( sony fs7 has super 35mm ), is the sensor is more sensitive to light and how is it different from DSLR which have low ISO AS 100 OR 200 ?
  11. Thanks, it has been a real help
  12. Yes, what you are saying is right, but I am still confused technically about why lowering the shutter speed to 1/30 from 1/60 cause a flicker-free video footage ??
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