Color grading in the film and video worlds has always been a heavily technical occupation. It always will be, because a major part of your responsibility is ensuring that your project meets the precise standards of broadcast and distribution companies.
At NAB in April 2016 Jim Wicks and Kevin Shaw publicly announced the launch of the Colorist Society International as the first organization to represent professional colorists as a unified voice for the film and digital entertainment industry.
A new camera from Blackmagic is making drone-based filming better than ever. The Micro Cinema Camera is lighter, gives the user more control and makes the post production far easier, compared to its predecessors.
We found this article from Ogy Stoilov at 4K Shooters about the visual effects techniques used in Game of Thrones quite fascinating and thought we would share it with you
We were read a story before bed as children, sometimes two if we begged. As adults we read online news, talk about the day’s big events; we exchange stories with our friends of how we spend our days. We know stories exist, but what exactly is a story? More importantly, how do we tell a good one?
A few weeks ago, a recent film school grad asked me on LinkedIn how he should go about finding work in the film industry. So: here’s an unordered list of ways to go about making your own luck.