Kurt Lancaster is the author of DSLR Cinema and he has just completed a new book, Cinema Raw: Shooting and Color Grading with the Ikonoskop, Digital Bolex, and Blackmagic Cinema Cameras, coming out from Focal Press in Spring 2014. He teaches filmmaking and multimedia journalism at Northern Arizona University. Continue reading “Guest Post: Kurt Lancaster” »
Last week I got to delve into our Kodak designed sensor in a way I never imagined I could.
Michael Plescia is a writer, filmmaker, and photographer from the San Fransisco Bay Area. He has 10 years experience as a visual effects compositor in feature film, commercial, television and promo. His work has been seen in films including JUMPER, THE LEGEND OF ZORRO,, ZODIAC and most recently JACK REACHER, where he was tasked with digitally removing Werner Herzog’s fingers.
He has worked closely with a roster of high-profile clients including Nike, Audi, AT&T, Hugo Boss, Gatorade and Janet Jackson. Michael now resides in Los Angeles. A sampling of his visual effects work can be seen on vimeo. Continue reading “Guest Post: Michael Plescia” »
This weekend we finally debuted the D16 to a handful of LA based cinematographers, who kindly came out to shoot some demo footage for us on Saturday and Sunday.
This first test we’re releasing was shot by filmmaker Kathryn Brillhart and Joe in Downtown LA, on the LA Metro, and on Hollywood Boulevard.
So after we posted our last bit of footage we received requests for daylight shots, so we headed out to the Salton Sea and put together something. Here are 42 seconds of Digital Bolex goodness…