We produced the ICVFX for the show ”A Nearly Normal Family”. The girl is in a studio in front of our screens here.
Igelkott uses native 360 capture from the platform of your choice – car, plane, boat, tripod. What native 360 gives us is the location’s soul that holds up in any direction. We are a replacement for shooting on location for select scenes.Läs mer…
It cannot have escaped any cinematography buffs that the BSC is holding their 75th anniversary this year! And obviously this calls for some celebration. So, without further ado, here are some voices from BSC members we found at the BSC Expo last week.Läs mer…
Vi frågar Anna Croneman om hur stort steget blir. Vad hon önskar och vilka önskningar som hon tror kan bli uppfyllda. Dessutom har vi fångat upp frågor och förväntningar från film-Sverige, som Anna Croneman får möta och bemöta.
Our Nils Croné , FSF lenses a 1600’s mockumentary, read more over at British Cinematographer.
Catch the ASC Awards live this year on March 3rd where Hoyte van Hoytema, ASC, FSF, NSC is nominated for Theatrical Feature with Oppenheimer.
ARRI is introducing what it describes as the brightest LED full-colour spotlight on the market with the launch of Orbiter Beam. For the first time they are showing a fixture that has a comparable output to the ARRI Daylight M-Series M18 within a tighter beam angle.
Linus Sandgren, ASC FSF talks Saltburn and career with British Cinematographer Editor in chief Zoe Mutter. Watch the interview below.
A new mirrorless changeable mount lens announced by Zeiss on the heels of the Cooke SP3 comes the Zeiss Nano series. These lenses will be aimed at FF and s35 mirrorless systems such as Sony E and Canon RF to name a few. Read more below on Zeiss official site.
Great all the latest updates in this months double issue of Film and Digital times including what’s coming to the BSC expo!
Robbie Ryan, BSC ISC Wins BSC Award for Poor Things, Next stop the Oscars?
Ossie McLean ACO SOC wins for best Camera Operator on Saltburn with Linus Sandgren FSF ASC.
For only 48 hours read all about the in depth making of Killers of the Flower Moon. From being on the actual locations and enlisting the help of the Osage tribe in Oklahoma to Rodrigo Prieto, ASC AMC and his crew’s use of natural light in combination with genuine locations to weave a tapestry of a true story.