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  • in reply to: considering editing #214862
    rama lingam
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      I am Not Roger. But what a ridiculous questions. Ofcourse you have preconceived idea about editing. For every movie you have decide particular editing pattern in your mind. Cinematographer never ask a such question like this.

      in reply to: Scene coverage #214854
      rama lingam
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        Master Roger what kind scene you go for conventional master shot with full dialogue. You mentioned various scene. What kind of scene. For instance a group of people’s involving one scenes. You said there is no right or wrong. But people don’t consider any pre conceive idea. Finally i would like to ask about action continuity. Because some times filmmakers use non professional actor’s. That people’s doesn’t know action continuity. Sam peckinpah do conventional master coverage?

        in reply to: Scene coverage #214843
        rama lingam
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          I would like to hear Coen brothers and you both how do you shoot the master shot. Do they always ask to shoot full length dialogues for master shots.

          in reply to: The assassination of Jesse James opening scene in woods #214841
          rama lingam
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            Master Roger what I am asking is why did you just opened the woods scene from Bob ford perspective? Why didn’t you just open Jesse perspective?

            in reply to: The assassination of Jesse James opening scene in woods #214836
            rama lingam
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              Master Roger I am really sorry for interrupting you again. I couldn’t come to conclusions the assassination of Jesse James story is Bob Redford perspective? I was little bit oscillation about Bob redford perspective. Could you please consider my question?

              in reply to: The assassination of Jesse James opening scene in woods #214773
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                in reply to: A story More than one character perspective #214687
                rama lingam
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                  Thank you Roger. I have watched ‘Laura’ couple of weeks ago. Laura lensing seems wide lenses. But I don’t know what focal length they used. I like the way the camera moves very reasonable. What’s your opinion about that film.

                  in reply to: A story More than one character perspective #214684
                  rama lingam
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                    <p style=”text-align: center;”>What about The man who wasn’t there. It’s one character perspective right? Did you use same focal lengths for Emily and benicio characters</p>

                    in reply to: A story More than one character perspective #214682
                    rama lingam
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                      You talked one character perspective on lens choice podcast episode. You said If the story is one character perspective then we have to use wide lenses. If I understood wrong please tell the right one.

                      in reply to: A story More than one character perspective #214681
                      rama lingam
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                        Yeah first half is Emily perspective and another benicio perspective. It’s long time ago I watched. Did you use same focal lengths for benicio perspective also. Certainly ‘the man who wasn’t there ‘  and ‘laura’ comes to my mind when we talks about one character perspective. Do you remember what focal length did you use for TMWNT’. What about camera movements if they story have two perspective. I mean how do you differentiate in camera moves.

                        Recently I saw ‘Laura’ movie. I like the way the camera moves. What’s your opinion about it?

                        in reply to: Sicario #214556
                        rama lingam
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                          Even you don’t understand the story. Don’t act like masters. Your fundamental is very poor. Who is your mentor?

                          in reply to: Sicario #214555
                          rama lingam
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                            Ganesh vengatesh where did you study film language. You love ‘sicario’ film and also you are point out the mistakes like child. You don’t know what you are talking about. The film language is very impressive. Editing also very good. First you have to learn film language. Don’t ask silly questions. You are wasting your time and precious maestro Roger times also.

                            in reply to: Cove light considerations #209216
                            rama lingam
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                              Master Roger what’s the disadvantages of par light bounce?

                              in reply to: Artemis software use #207589
                              rama lingam
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                                David master how did you mount actual fine lens on ipad? Is there any adopter for movie lens. Could you explain how do you mount actual fine lens? You mean Artemis pro have actual lens choice or what? What are the other options available on artemis pro for cinematograpers. Do you get accurate weather reports on artemis pro. What about lighting diagram and sort of things.

                                in reply to: Shoot clouding day as blue hour #201833
                                rama lingam
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                                  How do you get contrast image when you shot under the cloudy day. How do you give the exposure for cloudy situation. If you were shot human faces under the full cloudy weather what precautions would you do first of all? People’s use negative fill and some people’s use very soft light.

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