Posts Tagged ‘Jason Beckwith’

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Combat Cameraman: The Arsenal

October 5th, 2011

The second edition of Combat Cameraman talks about the most important weapon in Jason Beckwith’s arsenal, the Red One Digital Cinema Camera.

You shot Project Arbiter on a very impressive Red One Digital Camera. Could you tell us about your setup?

Project Arbiter was shot with my Red One camera with a Mysterium sensor. Her name is ‘Celeste’, after a character in a script that I may, or may not ever finish writing. Mike and I work for Design Reactor and I originally bought the camera for it’s high resolution capture technology. Our company has …

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Combat Cameraman: The Battle Plan

August 15th, 2011

One of the most important aspects of any film is how the movie will look and be shot. Jason Beckwith is a key member within the Project Arbiter team whose sole duty was to make sure that the film had a unique look and feel. Jason was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule juggling production and personal obligations to answer some key questions about the production, his approach and his thoughts.

No matter what, get that shot!!!

How did …

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Memoirs of Mike: Part 3 – Into the Blue

August 8th, 2010

"Into the Blue" Lex Cassar (Arbiter) / p: Erik Danford

The Return: Left Hand Man Studios in San Jose, California

On May 22nd and 23rd, we all got to see the wonderful sight of Lex donning the Arbiter suit once again, but this time he stepped into an unfamiliar place.  For two days a chroma key blue backdrop was our set and the Arbiter flying through a digital sky was our …

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Memoirs of Mike: Part 2 – Dig In, We Got Incoming

June 18th, 2010

“Quiet on the set, rolling camera A, B, sound speed, mark it!” Slate cracks and two EXPLOSIONS ERUPT – cam B covers the action from a bloodied vehicle gun port and cam A ramps from real-time to slow-motion with the push of a button.

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Jason Beckwith and the RED.

May 13th, 2010

Director of Photography, Jason Beckwith, operates his personal Red camera on Gaffer Ken Martini’s PD-1 dolly. Jason chose to purchase a Red Camera due to its high resolution, 12-bit color space, and Raw image workflow. Named ‘Celeste’, the Red camera provided the bulk of the footage shot for the short, with the additional B unit footage provided by Scott Miller and his Red named ‘Dunsmore’. Both cameras worked wonderfully through the entire production, with the only draw back being the well documented, lengthy boot time. Both cameras …

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Stay Connected

February 28th, 2010

Here is a list of hot spots online to help fulfill all of your Project Arbiter questions…

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Want to see the 25 minute Project Arbiter short film?

Support the cause and donate now:

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Interested in Project Arbiter’s Origins?

Learn more about the creators of the US Arbiter suit:

Michael Chance (Project Arbiter Creator – Writer / Director)

Robert Simons (Concept Artist)

Devin White and Adam Grumbo of Blue Realm Studios (Suit Fabrication)

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What is Mischung 9?

Dive deeper into the mechanics of Project Arbiter:

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Trailer has Landed

February 20th, 2010

Lights. Camera. Action! The official Project Arbiter trailer is available now on the Project Arbiter website.

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