A new year, a new look, a new objective. Happy New Year, everyone! I'd like to thank everyone who's been supporting me both behind the camera as director and collaborating with me on various projects big and small. I look forward to playing with everyone whenever I can :) With the hackers attack on my hosting [...]
Now here is a valid comparison. The same short film, shot 6 times with 6 different cameras using only existing available light. See if you can identify each camera before the end. Cameras used : Aaton 35-3 Arri Alexa Red MX EOS 1DmkIV Sony PMW F3 (was an engineering sample) Aaton XTR PROD (Super [...]
The Matrix may be the first to bring it to the big screen using some crazy setup, Thomas Scott Stanton did it with his RED One MX at 48fps for National Geographic. Check out the video (12 MB).
If this is the future of cinema, then I want one now! RED has managed to push the fixed lens Scarlet to shoot at 120fps in 3k. Here's the link to the video (175 MB).
I came across this posting by Mark Toia on REDUSER.net. He demonstrated using stock software the power of RED RAW. Check out the video (7 MB).
Most people would probably mention this as the death of film, but rarely do you find an article or admission from an industry specialist confirming the fact. ARRI has been extremely successful with their ALEXA camera since its introduction but who'd thought they'd actually stop making film cameras altogether. Quote from ARRI's Martin Frillman [...]
Today marks a giant leap of affirmation for RED. James Cameron just purchased 50 RED Epic-M cameras, and Peter Jackson shoots the Hobbit at 48fps.
Michael Cioni of Lightiron Digital gives a candid look at the digital production process. What makes the article interesting is that the post production team is involved before the production starts.
The site is live! In the tradition of pushing things forward, I've asked my brother the designer to use HTML5 for the site and H.264 video. The site runs beautifully on Safari and Chrome. However, we're working out the kinks so bear with us. Update: Firefox doesn't support H.264 for HTML5 so please use [...]