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The reality of editing reality TV – alleviating post production pains with Avid | Edit On Demand
When it comes to cutting reality television, editing teams have their work cut out for them – no pun intended. This is in part due to the “always on” nature of reality TV that involves 24/7 filming, resulting in hours upon hours of content. This was also the case for the editing team behind the Paramount+ lifestyle series All Star Shore, which was tasked with cutting a massive amount of footage – 2,500 hours to be exact. With four ISOs recording 17 hours a day and 13 more on set ENG style, the folks at Eggplant Picture & Sound knew they’d need to ramp up quickly if they were going to meet the production deadline.
Shooting a Live Red Carpet at the iHeartRadio Music Awards: Here's How it's Done
As any good DP already knows, it’s important to be able to step outside your comfort zone. If you trust your instincts and have flexible gear that you can rely on to support new workflows, these challenges can quickly become opportunities to expand your horizons. It’s just what DP Vance Burberry did at the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards, which took place on March 5th at The Forum in Inglewood, California. Vance and his team were tasked with shooting live pre-show and red carpet footage for promos, which aired in near real-time.
Unique Needs of 24x7 Running Storage & MAM for Reality TV
Today’s reality TV productions are ambitious in their size and tight broadcast schedules, requiring a multitude of impressive engineering feats. When not tracking every move of a housewife, psychic medium or celebrity, other shows such as Hell’s Kitchen, America’s Got Talent or The Voice closely follow the progress of contestants and are broken up into segments: the documentary portions that tell the back stories of contestants, the behind-the- scenes shots that show the contestants preparing for the competition, and then the (sometimes live, sometimes not) actual competition portion itself.
Live From Tribeca: Spotlighting Premiere Pro with Indie Films
On the heels of Sundance and SXSW, Adobe Premiere Pro made a splash at Tribeca and supporting filmmakers. ProductionHUB exclusively talked to the editors behind American Factory, This is Not Berlin, CRSHD and STORM – a few spotlight examples amongst the dozens of films that used Premiere Pro at the festival, exemplifying Adobe’s commitment to the filmmaking community and ongoing mission to build innovative post-production tools that help filmmakers tell one of a kind stories.
Cinematographer Jonny Ginese Talks Intense Night Shooting & Training for the Docuseries Woodwalkers
Recently premiering on Amazon, the second season of “Woodwalkers” follows a group of students as they take on a grueling 15-week training program to become professional lineworkers, constructing and maintaining electric power lines, at the premier lineman school Southeast Lineman Training Center in Trenton, Ga.
Sundance 2019: DPs Share Insights Behind Production of Sundance Featured Films
Sundance (January 24 - February 3) is well underway in Utah with tons of multimedia installations, performances and films. ProductionHUB caught up with a few DPs from featured Sundance films to talk about their projects, inspirations and the road to Sundance.
Composer Jon Ong Shares His Composing Process on Sony Pictures' The Accidental Getaway Driver
We recently spoke to Jon Ong, the composer of Sony Pictures’ The Accidental Getaway Driver, directed by Sing J. Lee, who won the Sundance Directing Award. Inspired by a true story, the film follows an elderly Vietnamese cab driver, Long Mā, who is taken hostage at gunpoint after accepting a call for a late-night ride and being forced into a getaway plan with convicts.
Women in Film: 3 ladies behind lenses chat representation, balance and hard-earned lessons learned
Among us, our titles include cinematographer, director, writer, and producer. We are all storytellers and business owners in the Atlanta area. While we think it’s painful that being of the female species makes us unique in the industry, it most certainly does. UCLA’s "The Hollywood Diversity Report" reports that only 7% of films are directed by women, making us a rare breed indeed. While we look forward to the day where viewing everything through the lady lens won’t be necessary, we know that for now, it presents a unique perspective. So we’re going to lean in to that and share from our experience.