The International Colorist Academy and Media ASYLUM are organising the very first Colorist Mixer Night in Asia, on 23 November 2016 from 6.30pm to 9.30pm at BluJaz Cafe.
Wolfcrow does a fantastic job stepping through the post production process for Cinema, from managing and organising files in storage, all the way through to deliverables and archiving.
More details of each step of the process can be found here:
Blackmagic Design announced that Paris post production company Film Factory, which has been working in professional film development and processing for more than 20 years, is now using the Blackmagic Design Cintel Film Scanner for both its dailies and final film scanning workflows.
“It will be a race against time.” – The White Queen
Software used : Autodesk Maya , Autodesk Flame , Arnold Renderer
For Just Like Fire, signature song for Disney’s new film, Alice Through The Looking Glass, director Dave Meyers of Zanmi Films and Strange Invention’s VFX Supe, Todd Sarsfield, teamed with Nice Shoes Creative Studio to immerse pop star, Pink, into the zany ‘Underworld’ as Alice.
Realizing a dreamlike sequence involving 18 versions of Pink atop a life-sized chessboard, as well as lush, digital gardens filled with flowers and trees, Nice Shoes Creative Studio’s Director of CG, Steve Parish, reveals how he and his team fearlessly took on Time to make standout surrealism happen in the striking music video.
“It’s about the shortest amount of time I can image having to achieve such a thing in. It was kind of insane, actually.”
Colorist Alicia Wong shares her experience in grading TV Dramas for Singapore-based broadcaster, MediaCorp The majority of English and Mandarin television drama programs at MediaCorp are created by in-house production units. Post production is also done in-house by their Digital Arts team, which specializes in Broadcast Design, Motion Graphics, Computer Visual Effects and Compositing. 2…
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