[Tig] Anyone working on especially challenging or cool projects?
chris at frithiof.se
Thu Jan 18 19:33:13 GMT 2007
We *finally* have finally wrapped on a Russian feature we've been
working on (for what feels like forever). In english it's called,
230K+ frames of 4k for VFX. 170K+ frames of VFX reference
material.... all before scanning a single frame for the DI.
Thomas Barkenas graded it on the Baselight8 here (all by his
lonesome), onlined and mastered in iQ, scanned on the Northlight in
2/4k, recorded on the Arri Laser, premiere prints, colour managment
Central Partnership did a great job and Vlad and the VFX team at Dr.
Pictures pulled out some amazing shots (like 75% of the film is VFX).
Depending on what side of the puberty fence you're on it's either
challenging or cool ;)
Digital Post Technical Director
Nordiskfilm Post Production Stockholm
(Formerly Filmteknik/Frithiof Film to Video. AB)
115 40 Stockholm
Tel: +46 8 450 450 00
Fax: +46 8 450 450 01
Dir: +46 8 450 450 17
Mob: +46 7 024 616 31
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