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#1 jay singh

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 11:55 AM

Hi

In India digital film making is picking up, and it's a good sign. I feel we Indians can do better movies if we improve technically. More and more technicians should upgrade to new technology. Many small countries are very much ahead of us technically and content wise too.
Our Youngsters should think beyond money making.
Here is an opportunity if somebody looking for a break.
For our production house ( I'm an Editor there) we are looking for a young but talented friendly budding cinematographer for regional movie. if there are guys who are working as assistants and looking for a break in feature film can send me their demo link to pass it on to the director.
Let's make a nice group.
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#2 nageswara rao s

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Posted 21 October 2010 - 06:13 AM

which part of cinema field in India are you in? is your movie production started yet? let us make a group of Indian cinema enthusiasts. OK jay singh
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#3 thiru

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Posted 31 October 2010 - 02:14 PM

Hi jay this is leo from tamilnadu, chennai nice to see a joint for people in india to mingle . i work as a dp for tamil films. well this is my number +919840076589. hope to hear from you soon.

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#4 Nishant Gala

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 02:36 AM

Hi jay this is leo from tamilnadu, chennai nice to see a joint for people in india to mingle . i work as a dp for tamil films. well this is my number +919840076589. hope to hear from you soon.

take care.
warm regards
LEO.D



Hi, I am Nishant from bombay, i do freelance work and would like to be part of feature film projects.

Fondly,
Nishant Gala
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#5 bibhu das

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Posted 10 April 2011 - 06:55 AM

Hi

In India digital film making is picking up, and it's a good sign. I feel we Indians can do better movies if we improve technically. More and more technicians should upgrade to new technology. Many small countries are very much ahead of us technically and content wise too.
Our Youngsters should think beyond money making.
Here is an opportunity if somebody looking for a break.
For our production house ( I'm an Editor there) we are looking for a young but talented friendly budding cinematographer for regional movie. if there are guys who are working as assistants and looking for a break in feature film can send me their demo link to pass it on to the director.
Let's make a nice group.


hey its bibhu from Mumbai...lt me knw if u still looking for a dp. u cn watch my work on orkut...type 'reelbibhu' to find me.
thnx
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#6 Thangjam Bicky Chengleicha

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Posted 02 May 2011 - 12:59 PM

i am from imphal,manipur .in my state since 2001 we have been using digital camcorders for making movies/music videos in a shoestring budget.i can say that in the entire northeast india we are the biggest production hub for digital films.....but lack of experience and technical experts has affected the quality.....looks like more reality show...i hope to change it ........i will do some project in the future to try at my level.like film division,mumbai we need some regulatory body to supervise purely digital production of movies.
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#7 jay singh

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 11:13 PM

which part of cinema field in India are you in? is your movie production started yet? let us make a group of Indian cinema enthusiasts. OK jay singh

yetto start.. We are from Telugu and kannada industry.
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#8 Rohtash R chandel

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Posted 18 May 2011 - 03:41 AM

i guess you need more exposure and better equipments, you can continue shooting on trail and error bassis too but that might take long to acheive the results you are looking for, nevertheless you keep experimenting, visit topics of your interest on this site,some of them have been discussed thoroughly enough to give solution to what might be your querries at the moment, and look out for funds to get your equipments in place, as i said earlier you will need better equipments, point and shoot with a camcodor will seldom give you creative satisfaction

you can also start reading material on shooting techniques, one of the book which i liked most and i feel is very essential for a film student is FIVE Cs OF CINEMATOGRAPHY.

all the best.

i am from imphal,manipur .in my state since 2001 we have been using digital camcorders for making movies/music videos in a shoestring budget.i can say that in the entire northeast india we are the biggest production hub for digital films.....but lack of experience and technical experts has affected the quality.....looks like more reality show...i hope to change it ........i will do some project in the future to try at my level.like film division,mumbai we need some regulatory body to supervise purely digital production of movies.


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#9 thiru

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Posted 03 September 2011 - 04:51 AM

hi jay singh how are you its one year since we joinedcan i have your number.
Leo
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#10 Jaysingh rajpurohit

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Posted 12 September 2011 - 01:11 PM

Hi my name is jaysingh Rajpurohit,now working as a chief cameraman in ahmedabad gujarat..having good knowlge about digital film making...contect +919898297066
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#11 nageswara rao s

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Posted 14 November 2011 - 09:27 AM

I recently purchased 5'c of cinematography and read some pages, i feel that every cinema enthusiast should have read this. one of the best books about cinema taking and angels.
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#12 Sabyasachi Patra

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Posted 24 June 2013 - 12:13 PM

HI,

Recently joined this forum. 

 

I am a DoP based out of New Delhi shooting with my own Canon C300 package with lenses, OConnor tripod, sennheiser microphones, SD 702T recorder etc. 

 

Some of my recent work: 

Making of "Leopards: The Last Stand"  - 

 
Social documentary with subtitles in English - "Blood Betting" - 

 

Cheers,

Sabyasachi

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#13 Gireesh Menon

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Posted 19 April 2017 - 08:38 AM

http://www.cinematog...=47862&p=390141 - Nice Work  SABYASACHI PATRA


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#14 Manoj R C

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Posted Yesterday, 02:53 PM

Happy to see DoPs in the forum. This is Manoj. Currently in USA, but have a rental company in Kochi ( RC Films LLC ). 


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