I just returned from Lightpress in Seattle where I experienced their new Quantel IQ Pablo 4k with the Neo color console for the first time, (as I have been working there for many years)… and I was impressed… and as impressive as the Quantel IQ Pablo 4k is as an editing/compositing/finishing system – the real draw for the colorists at Lightpress is the power of the Neo color console. The possibilities are unlimited; unlimited primaries, unlimited secondaries, unlimited layers, and unlimited shapes combine with comprehensive tracking to make grading moving images fast and accurate. The Quantel IQ Pablo 4k is really quite impressive, and works as a solution for HD, 2K, and 4K. Jeff Tillotson was the colorist (which is why we really go there)… but the new hardware is also a draw and we really had fun with the Quantel IQ/Neo as we usually work on the 2K Davinci. All the guys there, Jeff, Eric Rosen and Shane Dillion provide a great working experience… (and they’ll take you to great places to eat as well… like Armandino’s Salumi). http://www.lightpress.tv
Sonnet Music Video Color Timing @ LightPress
12 Jun This entry was published on June 12, 2009 at 9:49 pm. It’s filed under Cinematography, Digital, Music, Music Video, Television and tagged "You're So Good For Me", 24p HD, 2K, 35mm, 4k, Big Idea Music Productions, Cinematographer, Cinematography, collectiv, Color Grading, Color Sweetening, Color Timing, Digital, Digital Cinema, Digital Cinematography, Director, Director of Photography, DP, Entertainment, Eric Rosen, Film Production, High Definition, Hollywood, Indie Music, Jeff Tillotson, John-david Brewer, Lightpress, Los Angeles, Matt Hodgson, Matthew Williams, Music, Music Video, Neo, News, Panasonic Varicam, Quantel IQ, Quantel IQ Pablo, Quantel Neo, Seattle, Shane Dillon, Singer/Songwriter, Sonnet, Sonnet Simmons.