From the Blackmagic Cinema Camera to the Production Camera 4K: Filmmaker Kholi Hicks Harnesses the Possibilities of Blackmagic Design Cameras
There are more choices in digital image stock than ever before. Newcomer Blackmagic Design shakes the industry up with high dynamic range, uncompressed RAW options, offering content creators and producers of all budgets the potential to capture cinema-quality video. Filmmaker and gear geek Kholi Hicks will expose two years of Blackmagic Camera experience, discussing early hurdles in shooting and posting with the 2.5K Cinema Camera to harnessing the possibilities of lossless 4K Cinema DNG from acquisition to delivery.
Raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Kholi Hicks migrated to the West Coast in 2005 to pursue a career in film and television production. Currently a resident Director at Ductapemedia, he’s overseeing projects from beginning to completion utilizing various formats, including Blackmagic Design’s production and cinema cameras.
Online Editor / Colorist Tal Discusses Workflow & The Marketplace For Freelancers
Fresh off the latest seasons of “Wipeout” ON ABC and “Running Wild with Bear Grylls” on NBC, Online Editor/Colorist Tal will discuss his workflow and the current marketplace for freelancers in LA. From big facilities of the past to the online coloring suites of today, Tal will speak about calibration importance and telecommuting.
Tal is a longtime member of the LAPPG and a 20+ year veteran of the online editing world from Israel to LA. After working at the Post Group and Chainsaw on shows like “Behind the Music” and “The Oscars” he moved to the freelance world and has worked on different projects from movies like “Syriana” with George Clooney to TV shows like “Dancing With the Stars” to name just a few.
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