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 …
Last weekend was the official start of production for Project Arbiter.
Soft morning light lit the San Martin airfield as crew began to arrive and greet each other. Before long the set was bustling with groggy eyes and bad bed hair clamoring for coffee and wheat bagels. We began to unload equipment and setup shop around the parked B-25. A beautiful plane, but very …
The interweb is like a curious kid in an arid field and the only toy he or she has is a match.
Well on Friday, February 26, the match struck at 7:30 AM and the fire began to consume your web browsers around the world thanks to Analee Newitziz of io9.com.
“The Alternate History of Gundam in WWII” headline was the spark and the community of Sci-Fi and Anime fanatics were the field. You …
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