Portrait with DigiGreen

Posted by on Jul 2, 2011 in Blog, Commercial, My Work | 0 comments

Portrait with DigiGreen

As I reviewed some footage from a recent shoot, I can across this frame as I punched in for focus. As a continuation of my discussion of green screen versus blue, I now am meditating the benefits of digital green versus chroma. This young lad was shot on digital green, which is the first choice for many productions – Avatar among them – because the green is pretty safe for clothes and eye color. Chroma, which is much darker and more saturated tends to step on real-life clothing choices more often. But digital green does not do a good job of differentiating from gold – it pulls a very noisy key. I’m curious to see how chroma does with the new low-noise sensors. I’m going to shoot some tests this month and report...

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Bogey and Me Downtown LA

Posted by on May 19, 2011 in Blog, Commercial | 0 comments

Bogey and Me Downtown LA

A moment from our recent campaign for Mr. Coffee. Photo credit: First A.D. Wickham...

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Anthem Spots

Posted by on Sep 26, 2010 in Commercial, My Work | 0 comments

Anthem Spots

Here are a couple of the spots we did for Anthem Education Group recently – hopefully we escaped the genre a little bit. Check out the low rider in the “Street” spot – that belongs to Bobby the art director. Too...

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