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Arun Vashist

DSLR Cinematography and Cinematic Looks

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Hi Friends,

 

I am new to this forum and interested in DSLR Cinematography, hope to learn lot of stuff here.

 

I would like to share my latest video which contains few of footages from my short movie project, right now my problem is getting that cinematic looks that really makes the video show worthy, color correction and noise reduction etc. I would also like to know about using right gears and post processing softwares.

 

 

 

 

I have Nikon D3100 with 18-55mm Kit Lense, 50mm 1.8 and Sigma 70-300 APO, following is the Video. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.

 

 

thanks,

Arun Vashist

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Hey Arun. Great montage man! Was this a personal project or did you work with some one on it? Also which software(if any) are you using for post?

 

P.S- Where from are you?

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Hey Lewis,

 

This movie is about a Physiological situation of a person who is stuck in a day time, for him night never falls, he can't sleep and slowly isolate himself from the outer world.

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Good Work. can you help me about dslr. what is your experience with Nikon d 3100 working with this camera. how is this dslr for film making. what about focusing and ASA for night shoot ? do you blow up for theater print? pls reply as soon as because im willing to buy this Nikon d 3100 for film shoot. thanks

my cell no is 8976513071 from mumbai

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Hi Ramesh,

 

Nikon D3100 is a great budget camera, low light performance is OK, Auto focus hardly work in movie mode or you can say its very slow. I have tried this HD Ready (720p) version on 60" Projection and result were great, never get a chance to check it at Theater, in theaters 2k print runs very well so a Full HD version with this camera will be usable at theater.

 

thanks,

Arun Vashist

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