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Parkscapers- short version (5min)

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

Short Edit Version

Sept 1 2008

Transfer: Frame Discreet / Notch

Camera: Eclair NPR s16mm , Bolex rex-4 S16mm, Konvas 35mm"
Format: S16mm/35mm

Stock:
Kodak Vision 1 250D, Vision 1 200T, Vision 2 500T
Cinematographers: Justin Lovell / Guy Godfree

Parkscapers End Credits

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

End credits

Sept 1 2008

Transfer: Frame Discreet / Notch

Camera: Eclair NPR s16mm , Bolex rex-4 S16mm, Konvas 35mm
Format: S16mm/35mm

Stock:
Kodak Vision 1 250D, Vision 1 200T, Vision 2 500T
Cinematographers: Justin Lovell / Guy Godfree

New online TVSHOW for tv/film.

Friday, June 20th, 2008


http://www.reel-show.tv/

Awesome. Very technical for those interested in what’s new with gear and equipment. Hardware/software reviews, tech notes from recent films.. etc. etc. Check it out.

Understanding HD / SD formats

Monday, June 9th, 2008

Found this excellent site that explains SD / HD aspect ratios, frame rates, interlaced vs. progressive and more.

Simple to understand yet still quite thorough. Worth checking out.

http://edu.moviola.com/rc_kzone_main

Upgrading our Color Correction Management

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008


Check out some of the frame grabs from the new color corrector we’re testing out (click to enlarge). It’s pretty sweeeeeeet. Allows to load full 1D/3D LUTS. For those familiar with photoshop, we can now do color corrections in Curves. This is awesome for digging out information in the shadows. Also amazing for being able to selectively build a look by selectively modifying the gamma curves for each primary color. Each correction can be stored as a seperate scene file along with the histograms/RGB parade stored with a still frame. This allows us to technically and visually match up shots scene by scene. So much cool stuff in the new remote, I just can’t get into it all in one post… exciting!

On Location- Wedding Proposal

Monday, April 28th, 2008

Had a strange request from Mimmo & Naz last week. Got to shoot a proposal for a wedding on super 8. Adam Caputo (soon to be groom) arranged the whole thing to be shot without her knowing. Felt kinda like a spy with myself and cinematograper Guy Godfree sneaking around filming the happy couple having coffees and exploring the distillery district in Toronto. Used a Nikon 80-200 t 2.8 (with c-mount adapter) on sticks for some telephoto work. Bright sunny day for the most part, until the rain came down right in the middle of their meal. (Adam arranged one romantic table outside the resaurant for the proposal). Unfortunately they had to move inside- where it was too dark for me to get a descent exposure. We rigged him up with a wireless mic in the washroom (recording digitally to a Jukebox 3), and decided to have him propose in the rain on the open cobblestone street after the meal. It was beautiful.

Stock: 7217 200T Negative (Processed at Niagara Custom Lab)
Format: Super 8mm
Camera: Beaulieu 4008ZMII + Nikon 80-200mm (c-mount adapter) + Schneider 6-66, B Camera- Canon 1014XLS- Superduper 8, 24fps- transfer at 18fps
Cinematographers: Justin Lovell & Guy Godfree

2006 VFX demo reel

Friday, April 18th, 2008

Just dug this one up, thought I might post it. Showcasing a little of the older After Effects work that Justin Lovell has done.