Getting my hands on this bad boy next week. The company that I am working for are making the switch from Color to DaVinci Resolve. The DaVinci Resolve is a way more powerful grading software with alot of sexy tricks (the tracking tool itself gets my saliva running)
I am back in action after my return to my island of ice. I signed up with Saga Film for the next few months as a onliner/editor.
Saga Film is a leading independent production company in Iceland. With a massive experience in professional production for TV, Commercials and Feature Films when it comes to producing quality, covering all genres.
Sweet video profile of a friend of mine Jesse.
A talented sound mixer and designer extraordinaire, Jesse Flower-Ambroch, produced by Endless Picnic. As you’ll see, Jesse’s travelled the world–quite literally–in search of sound. It was directed by Tyler Cartner, shot by David Cavallo, edited and color corrected by Alex Ricciardi, and, you guessed it, mixed by JFA himself.
Canon EOS C300 review
Interesting video featuring the new Video Camera coming from Canon early 2012.
The 4 reasons why CrumblePop is betting everything on FCP X
Interesting article from CrumblePop. I am not really sold to FCP X by this article since it is mostly talking about horsepower of the software and not really addressing the fundamental user elements missing for the professional user.
I still haven’t closed the door though on FCP X.
Poster Process - Explosions in the Sky
Pretty amazing timelapse video of creation of a poster for the band “Explosion in the Sky”.
A great series from DKNG Studios.
GoPro releasing “Hero 2” a interesting update. Fun little camera for those interesting angles. More frame rate controls and a 2x crisper lens sounds tempting.
Also this team at Red Bull does not seem to have a boring day job.
The series that I am currently working on. An MSG show focusing on the beginnings of some of the New York Rangers hockey players.
Having a blast working with my old coworker from East Pleasant, David Kornfield. A talented producer. Shame that I do not enjoy that sport of hockey that much.
The clip above is a promo for the first episode that a friend of mine Chris Fiore cut.
My job will be showcasing Brian Boyle’s and Marc Staal’s beginnings.
At NYC Fashion Week Foster the People played at the Gansevoort Park Hotel in New York City to celebrate the reopening of LACOSTE’s 5th Avenue Flagship store.
Foster the People a band that is on a rise after they’re summer hit “Pumped Up Kicks” and are touring extensively in the US these days.
I had the fortune to see the show and later on work with East Pleasant Pictures to cut a piece to that performance that night.