Game engines are disrupting the media industry – but really, platforms like Unity are just another tool set
In some productions it’s not acceptable just to shoot what you see, now you have to shoot all that’s available to see.
In our last look at the most technically awaited movie of the year we talk to director Ang Lee’s
right-hand man and fellow pioneer in high frame rate cinematography, Ben Gervais. Words Julian Mitchell.
There is no obvious sound of relief in the voices of Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey, the editors of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Along with the director, J.J. Abrams, of course, they felt the pressure of the fans’ expectations for this film, but the record breaking box-office and the generally positive reviews must have come as a welcome liberation.
ADAM GARSTONE is on more familiar ground with the second part of his Resolve 12 review because it’s all about the grading, there’s not much new but what there is is worth the update.
Led by Production VFX Supervisor Richard Stammers, and MPC VFX Supervisors Anders Langlands and Tim Ledbury, the Moving Picture Company were lead visual effects studio on Ridley Scott’s The Martian, delivering 425 shots.
As the art of Digital Cinematography evolves rapidly so do the roles of the people in it. Now there are companies like Fluent Image whose sole purpose is to be the fulcrum of everything to do with the curation of the image. We spoke with Kate Morrison-Lyons from Fluent and her work on The Martian and other huge movies.
Prime Focus World’s senior stereo supervisor Richard Baker reveals how the team worked with Fusion Studio to bring the miniature universe of Marvel’s latest superhero blockbuster to life.
Nokia today announced OZO, their first commercially available virtual reality (VR) camera designed and built for professional content creators.
Yesterday we reported on a new camera system for VR capture called Jaunt VR, today we have the Sphericam.
Jaunt VR, a two year old Palo Alto start-up, has announced the launch of a series of professional-grade camera systems specifically designed for capturing fully immersive, 360-degree cinematic VR experiences called NEO.
We had to check the calendar didn’t say April 1st when we saw this story in our Email in-box. Professor Brendan Walker from the Austin Powers sounding 'Thrill' Labs claiming that people exposed to 3D programming have some kind of increased cognitive ability like Bradley Cooper in the film Limitless.