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Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve Studio 14 used to complete shoot of commercial

Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve Studio 14 used to complete shoot of commercial

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Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve Studio 14 was used to complete the picture post, including the edit and grade of a new commercial for Corona Extra developed by creative agency Leo Burnett, in Mexico and lensed by director of photography Filippo Chiesa. Filmmaker and director Leonardo Dalessandri, who had earlier worked on commercials for the likes of Coca-Cola, Google and Apple was tasked with producing a commercial that incorporated his unique filmmaking technique and the creative agencies’ branding to achieve a tribute to Mexico. He has. Titled Este Espíritu the commercial marked the first time Leonardo took the plunge and moved his entire post-production workflow into DaVinci Resolve 14. “Although I knew my previous approach to post was slow and inefficient I’d been resista
Doc. of one of the world’s most popular white coffee brands OldTown shot with URSA Mini Pro 4.6K

Doc. of one of the world’s most popular white coffee brands OldTown shot with URSA Mini Pro 4.6K

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Beijing based Lingfang Media Co., Ltd. recently made a documentary for OldTown, one of the world’s most popular white coffee brands, completely with the URSA Mini Pro 4.6K. The documentary was also graded with DaVinci Resolve Studio and the DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel. This was announced by Blackmagic Design. Lingfang Media Co., Ltd. is part of Lingfang’s Wonderland, a brand focusing on high quality lifestyle and culture, co-founded by Taiwanese writer, producer and gourmet Wang Ling Fang and director and cinematographer Hsu Yao Peng. Having businesses in travel route planning, restaurant and culinary education, Lingfang’s Wonderland is expert in showing the pleasure of travel and food and sharing their insights through travelogs. They have been commissioned by travel authorities
Blackmagic’s URSA Mini Pro and DaVinci Resolve Studio used to picturise Kana Nishino’s new music video

Blackmagic’s URSA Mini Pro and DaVinci Resolve Studio used to picturise Kana Nishino’s new music video

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Blackmagic’s URSA Mini Pro and DaVinci Resolve Studio were used for popular singer Kana Nishino’s new music video for her song Girls. Nobu Sueyoshi directed and shot the video while colorist and DIT Toru Miura from Spice Inc provided colour correction. Kana Nishino is a Japanese female singer and song writer who has received a number of music awards in Japan. Her latest single, Girls is a song designed to cheer all women up. To capture that feeling, the music video shows Kana Nishino walking down the streets of Tokyo. It also includes close ups of her singing with a beautiful sunset light and flare, giving a very soft and warm look. “I rather prefer a look which is kind of low contrast and soft, and not too much of a high contrasty and crisp image. I knew that Blackmagic’s camera
Digital film cameras of Blackmagic and DaVinci Resolve Studio help finish streaming series The S.P.A.A.C.E. Programme

Digital film cameras of Blackmagic and DaVinci Resolve Studio help finish streaming series The S.P.A.A.C.E. Programme

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  Going by a Blackmagic Design announcement, director, editor, colorist and post supervisor Alex Ferrari used Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro digital film cameras and DaVinci Resolve Studio to shoot, edit, grade and finish the streaming series ‘The S.P.A.A.C.E. Programme.’ “The Scientific Pop and Also Cultural Explorations Program” aka “The S.P.A.A.C.E. Program” is a new streaming series from Nerdist and Legendary Digital Networks available on the Alpha streaming platform. The eight-episode series blends together science and pop culture by visiting different fictional planets and realms, such as Tatooine, Krypton, Arrakis and Westeros, and examining them through a scientific lens. Host Kyle Hill and his robot assistant AI visit a different place from pop culture in each episode and
Cameras of Blackmagic Design capture Maldonado’s new music video

Cameras of Blackmagic Design capture Maldonado’s new music video

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Global singing sensation Kirstin Maldonado’s new music video was shot using 15 Blackmagic Design cameras, it is reported by Blacmagic. The cameras used to record the video for her new song Naked included a number of URSA Mini 4.6K and URSA Mini Pro digital film cameras besides Micro cinema cameras, pocket cinema cameras and a studio camera 4K that were all shooting simultaneously. Kirstin Maldonado is a Grammy award-winning multi-platinum singer, songwriter and one-fifth of the a cappella group Pentatonix. Her first solo EP, L O V E, that debuted in the summer of 2017, quickly moved up the charts. The song “Naked” is the third single off of the EP and the music video for the song has been viewed by millions around the globe. Directed by Daniel Carberry and shot by DP Corey Jennings
Blackmagic Design states variety of its production and post-products are being used by DPs, DITs, VFX artists, online editors and colorists

Blackmagic Design states variety of its production and post-products are being used by DPs, DITs, VFX artists, online editors and colorists

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According to a statement issued by Blackmagic Design, a variety of its production and post-products are being used by DPs, DITs, VFX artists, online editors and colorists to complete many of the fall 2017 season’s new and returning television shows and streaming series. More than 40 shows rely on Blackmagic’s digital film cameras; Fusion Studio visual effects (VFX), compositing, 3D and motion graphics software; and DaVinci Resolve Studio editing, color correction and digital audio software; as well as its switchers, routers, monitors, and capture and playback devices. DPs, like Christian Sebaldt, ASC and Byron Shah, rely on the URSA Mini Pro’s and Micro Studio Camera 4K’s high quality images and compact form factors to capture unique angles, stunts and action shots. Hollywood-based VF
Blackmagic’s URSA Mini 4.6K digital film camera used for filming of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Blackmagic’s URSA Mini 4.6K digital film camera used for filming of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

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Blackmagic Design has come out with the news that its URSA Mini 4.6K digital film camera was amongst the several camera packages that was used in the filming of Martin McDonagh's latest film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Starring Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson and Peter Dinklage, the film has been photographed by British cinematographer Ben Davis known for his work in Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers Age of Ultron and Doctor Strange. Since McDonagh's work is particularly dialogue heavy, the film features a lot of close up shots throughout, says Davis. "In those moments you need the ability to step away and provide the audience with context, whether that is to establish a location or to set the mood and tone,” he explains. "Unfortunately, it is those es
AV solutions of Blackmagic Design deployed in biggest music festivals and concerts

AV solutions of Blackmagic Design deployed in biggest music festivals and concerts

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Blackmagic Design has announced that AV solutions featuring its infrastructure products for acquisition, switching, routing and monitoring have been deployed by rental and staging companies on some of this year’s biggest music festivals and concert tours. Artists and festivals include One Republic, Jimmy Buffett, Train and Elton John as well as Route du Rock, BigCityBeats and Reggae Fest. With broadcast and AV technologies continuing to converge, more and more rental and staging companies including PRG XL Video, LANG AG, Fix8 Group, So Midwest and Subtractive Inc., are now standardizing their video offerings to artists and touring bands around Blackmagic Design. Agreeing to the same, Sid Lobb from Creative Technology says, “Built with the low latency, efficiency and multi-format des
AV solutions of Blackmagic Design deployed in biggest music festivals and concerts

AV solutions of Blackmagic Design deployed in biggest music festivals and concerts

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Blackmagic Design has announced that AV solutions featuring its infrastructure products for acquisition, switching, routing and monitoring have been deployed by rental and staging companies on some of this year’s biggest music festivals and concert tours. Artists and festivals include One Republic, Jimmy Buffett, Train and Elton John as well as Route du Rock, BigCityBeats and Reggae Fest. With broadcast and AV technologies continuing to converge, more and more rental and staging companies including PRG XL Video, LANG AG, Fix8 Group, So Midwest and Subtractive Inc., are now standardizing their video offerings to artists and touring bands around Blackmagic Design. Agreeing to the same, Sid Lobb from Creative Technology says, “Built with the low latency, efficiency and multi-format desig
Blackmagic Design’s switching, routing and monitoring being used as the backbone to a ship-wide AV solution

Blackmagic Design’s switching, routing and monitoring being used as the backbone to a ship-wide AV solution

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Blackmagic Design has announced that its infrastructure products for switching, routing and monitoring are being used as the backbone to a ship-wide AV solution for entertainment and leisure onboard AIDAprima and AIDAperla that includes a state-of-art broadcast gallery for content production. The installations aboard AIDA cruises’ two newest ships feature the ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K and ATEM 2 M/E Broadcast Panel for vision mixing, Teranex Express for standards and frame conversion, as well as multiple Universal Videohub 288 routers to handle ship-wide signal management. Each day the on-board content teams produce and broadcast a host of daily programing, including live shows, cruise itineraries and event schedules, to television screens throughout both ships’ 1,643 cabins an