25 blog posts found matching keyword search for: Animation Footage in Hialeah
Motion Capture and Game Animation Meet MMA
As a pro wrestler, powerlifter and heavyweight MMA champion, Paul Lazenby pulls no punches on the motion capture volume. From his character portrayals in Gears of War to stunt work for Deadpool 2, Paul has become one of the most prominent performers at Animatrik Film Design – the largest independent motion capture facility in North America.
Published on Monday, January 14, 2019 10:00 AM
Building A Team-Oriented Motion Graphics Workflow
A motion graphics workflow differs in a lot of ways than your traditional live-action production. Here are the differences and variations when producing a motion graphics or animation piece.
Published on Friday, June 8, 2018 9:00 AM
Director David F. Sandberg Takes a DIY Approach to Filmmaking on ‘Annabelle: Creation’ with Blackmagic Design
Director David F. Sandberg has always had a passion for horror and sci-fi films. Though his résumé includes a variety of animation, documentary and short form drama projects, horror and sci-fi have always been the end goal.
Published on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 11:00 AM
“I need a 3 minute video. How much will that cost?”
At WorldWise Productions, we get this type of question a lot. Clients tell us approximately how long they’d like their video to be, and then ask us to give them a quote based on the length. That’s when I like to put on my Video Production Professor hat and take them through the following explanation.
Published on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 10:00 AM
5 Tips on Creating a Great Demo Reel
by Beau Benson, Designer and Animator, Digital BrewCreating a demo reel isn't easy. You have to capture the clients attention quickly, while still showcasing your talents enough to get a phone call back. Here are designer and animator, Beau Benson's quick tips to 'reel' in clients this summer.
Published on Monday, July 14, 2014 8:51 AM
I Want a Video. Now What?
Usually, the first thing a client says to us is, “I’d like to do a video about this-and-that.” The second thing they typically say is, “So – what do we do?” I LOVE this question. It gives me the opportunity to educate our new clients about the video production process. Usually, at the end of our conversation, they walk away having learned something they never knew before. But more importantly, they leave empowered. They realize they can be knowledgeable, fully-informed partners in the video creation process, rather than handing all control over to us and staying in the dark about what we do and how we do it.
Published on Friday, March 22, 2019 10:00 AM
Parachute Creates a Legendary Ballgame in an Empty Stadium for Chrysler with Blackmagic Fusion Studio
Parachute founder Sam O’Hare discusses how VFX created the perfect night at the ballpark for Chrysler and Miggy Cabrera When Miguel Cabrera swings the bat, there’s usually a stadium full of screaming fans around him. However, for Chrysler’s “Miggy at the Bat” commercial, the stands were empty.
Published on Monday, September 28, 2015 9:30 AM
London-based VFX house Lexhag Creates Title Sequence for Sky Atlantic’s TV Drama Riviera
In our exclusive Q&A with Visual Effects Director Alexis Haggar, of London-based VFX house Lexhag, he talks about his work regarding the main title sequence for “Riviera,” Sky Atlantic’s new 10 part drama series starring Julia Stiles as the wife of a billionaire who uncovers the dark truth behind her opulent lifestyle.
Published on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 10:46 AM
5 Tips to Ensure Your Video Doesn't Suck
Making sure you have the basics covered is a must, yet over and over again we sometimes see the basics missing in the work we come across. Whether it's in a documentary, a short or simply your demo reel, making sure you're video doesn't suck is key to landing that gig you've always wanted. So with the new year, let's start a new list of what shouldn't be lacking in any of your 2015 projects.
Published on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 3:25 PM
Top 5 Lifesaving Gear That Every Filmmaker Needs
Cameras, lights and mics are the backbone of every filmmaker’s arsenal, but are you sure you’ve explored all of your options? There’s plenty of new and exciting gear you have probably never heard of, despite its potential to change the world of filmmaking. We’ve picked out our 5 favorites below.
Published on Monday, March 18, 2019 10:00 AM
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