Complete ‘Behind the scenes’ of what it takes to make a music video on the top of a mountain. In winter. Inside a frozen cave. …hauling 10 crew, all our gear, 28f weather, winds hard 25 to 40 mph
There are many techniques for filmmakers to tell their stories to the world. Beautiful timelapse photography is the result of many hours, even days, and the result is thousands of photographs. From seeing plants grow to clouds rolling by to the star fields of the night sky, time-lapse adds power to our moving stories. This is a little behind the scenes of how we did it. Ashley Ziegler is the main time-lapse professional.
This is how we brought life to a client's static print logo for their television commercial campaign.
We exist to make our clients famous. We created 'MOVING STORIES' as our drumbeat to achieve our goal. From a marketing campaign to boost sales, to brand films to showcase a client's mission, music videos to education animation and motion graphics, in house digital signage or a short film, we bring a full production to life from the storyboard to the story seen on your screen. Arthur Bell is the founder of Dreamlike pictures, and Co-Founder of Oxygen TV and Alias Research, creator of Maya.
Behind the scenes 'breakdown reel' look at the math, art direction, and story, that goes into creating 3D virtual foods, products, brand identities, and architecture animation.
Silent 'retail tv' large screens are becoming common from Times Square to Las Vegas, food & retail franchises, hospitals, national parks, stadiums and public institutions. We have managed installations in up to 30 countries at once.
Burton came to us to visualize CAD IGES data from their IBM Catia system with our 3D photo-real animation expertise, a year before their product was real. Photorealistic 3D animation helped them to build excitement and take pre-orders before any production.
Cinematic slow motion is all about light and shutter speed. DSLR and cinema cameras can both achieve beautiful 'slo mo' if the shutter is set to twice the frames per second. But doing this cuts the light in half. Faster lenses, now shallow depth of field, and great light are the keys to beautiful slow motion cinematography.