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I was fortunate. The director of my first two feature documentaries insisted that we shoot the projects on film. The texture, emotional quality, and pure beauty of capturing life with camera negative was intoxicating. But the greater value to me were the lessons learned from the discipline that film exacts on the production process. These lessons still guide my approach to cinematography in this digital age.
Pip’s Island is an immersive theater experience for families that combines animation, live actors, live-size puppetry and interactive sets. During this 60-minute interactive adventure, the lines between physical and digital blur and kids must rely on their own creativity, imagination and ingenuity to make their way through the story.
By N. Halpern“Liquid Planet” is an elegantly-designed loop library for producers and composers, emphasizing ambient textures and ethnic percussion loops. The library was developed by Robert Rich, a California-based composer known for his work in ambient and minimalist music. The library is available as a subset of Sony Creative Software’s “Scoring Pack” or as a standalone library.The library is well organized, with its materials divided into seven general folders: Clean Flutes, Drones & Abstract, Ethnic Percussion, Melodic Metal, Synthetic Pulses, and Twinkles. Where applicable, each file is labeled and meta-tagged with its respective original tempo and/or key. All audio is clean and high fidelity.
With the expansion of Inhance Digital's Visual Effects Department, their work has also expanded into the exciting fantasy world of NBC's, Grimm, inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers' Fairy Tales. Now entering into its fifth season, Jason Maynard from Inhance describes just how the team brings the fantasy world to life, how the effects are continuing to evolve and how Blackmagic Design Fusion Studio has helped.
"Just a little powder" or "simple and fun." Those phrases for many pro make-up and hair artists can cause the blood pressure to rise and shoulders end up somewhere around the ears. Why? Because those words are many times uttered by someone who might not understand the full scope of the job.
Chips Ahoy, Golden Grahams and Resolve: Color Correcting National Food Spots with Jalal Jemison and DaVinci Resolve
As the lead colorist at BENT Image Lab, Jalal Jemison has it pretty sweet, especially when it comes to grading commercials for Nabisco’s new Ahoy! Extras cookies and General Mills’ Golden Grahams® cereal. BENT Image Lab is a Portland, Oregon based production company and creative laboratory, known for melding art, design and storytelling. It is a place where the brightest ideas are driven with an artist’s passion and realized through the use of cutting edge technology, such as Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve 9 color correction software.
DP, Tim Arasheben gives us an inside look at what it's like to shot with Canon's 50-1000mm lens on set on the short film, “Connections." Learn the pros and cons of the lens, along with info about the short and what projects Arasheben has set for the future.
Search for the UK’s leading VFX studios on Google Maps. You’ll likely find your pointer launched into the hustle and bustle of London’s Soho hub.
Last month, there was an amazing focus on female filmmakers at Sundance — 42% of the directors showing films were female! Of those films, DP Kristy Tully who worked on RAISE HELL: The Life And Times of Molly Ivins tells the story of media firebrand Molly Ivins.
Jumbo follows Jeanne, a shy young woman, works in an amusement park. Fascinated with carousels, she still lives at home with her mother. That's when Jeanne meets Jumbo, the park's new flagship attraction. Cinematographer Thomas Buelens discusses how the film was a fun visual playground for a DP like him, the dynamic lighting (over 160 lights) on the amusement ride, Jumbo, that brought it to life as a character. In an exclusive interview, he gives insight into his creative process, his unique behind-the-camera perspective, and more.