Since principle filming has been completed, our editor Nelson Nunez has been extremely hard at work making sure Mike Chance’s vision of Project Arbiter comes to fruition. Nelson did a fantastic job with this week’s blog post and we could not be more proud. Here’s what Nelson had to say about the entire editing process:
Project Arbiter was the most ambitious editing project I’ve had the pleasure to tackle. I wrote about my experience being an on-set editor (including the joy of dealing with RED RAW!) in a previous post you …
PA Fans – you’ve asked for it and so shall you receive… I will be posting periodic post production updates with key details, exclusive photos, and video clips.
I know you all feel it – like infusing a man with the ability to turn invisible, we did the unthinkable and captured something truly remarkable during the production of Project Arbiter. Now for the incredible – to uncloak and turn him visible once again for all to see. This month, August, marks the official start of our visual effects team’s journey …
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 focus.
Lights. Camera. Action! The official Project Arbiter trailer is available now on the Project Arbiter website.