Monthly Archives: May 2010

Color Grading On New “My Darkest Days” Video

Busy weekend. Graded the new My Darkest Days video, featuring Ludacris, Chad Kroeger and Zakk Wylde. Director Brendan Cochrane of NYLAHD did a great job giving this video a seriously high-end look — but there was just one thing missing. … Continue reading

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Color Grading County Road K

Just finished up preliminary color grading on the horror feature County Road K, directed by Philip Gelatt and shot by Frederic Fasaano.  This is Philip’s first film, and it’s based on his own script. Phil is the creator of the graphic novel … Continue reading

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Red #404 Back with Mysterium-X Sensor Upgrade

The new MX sensor gives the Red One two additional stops of dynamic range and produces dramatically cleaner images under low-light conditions. #404 is available for immediate rental.

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The Future of Final Cut Pro

AppleInsider claims it’s becoming a prosumer app. I don’t buy it. Final Cut Pro is the most popular pro video editing application in the world; it has something like 50% of the market, while everyone else splits the other 50%. … Continue reading

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