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Rajavel Mohan

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  1. Can you believe what made me cut this! - The Music track which i saw on the Davinci Resolve Website. Check out and give me your kind feedback on my shots from few of my feature films ! (apologies for few overly saturated shots-was done for youtube compression) thank you all Rajavel Mohan <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/wivAuZqOHgE" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  2. omg...this is absolutely stunning piece of imagery ! it feels sooo fresh and lovely !
  3. Hi Stuart, what lens have you got for the 6k camera? the lil experiment i had done with bmpc 4k worked wonders with the raw. check link for 4k output. (few shots on sony a73). Am seriously looking to buy 6K. Looking forward for your work on 6K ! wishes.
  4. Sir David, Love the way you moulded the face of the person on bed with a soft top light (on both looks). I feel the light on the white table could have been reduced or altogether cut off ..and just let the light on the flower vase and door way. More intense focus would have been there for the face which is slightly getting robbed by the white table of draws. This is significant only in the first shot. Love the way the chair gets a highlight (adding 3 dimensional quality) along with increasing the depth with the backlight for the person at the open door. The best part is the 'Eye light' of the person in bed really captures the mood of that character without a single word uttered. Also am thinking do we need that much light on the pillow!? am i being too finicky! Thanks for sharing the images...it got me to do some 'lighting in head' after a while. 🙂
  5. Yes its best to stick to what Mr Phil Rhodes says 'Stay in your lane'. Any suggestion on script is usually not taken in a good spirit. I realised two things. One is that ppl are generally in a defensive state of mind when it comes to their own creations. Two is that i realised, script is too big an ocean and highly challenging on its own...so there can be absolutely no small suggestion. Any suggestion will require to reanalyse the script at a very deep level and its always too late to get that deep when we are already going to be shooting in a few days! So any suggestion coming is not gonna be effective. So Stay in your lane !
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