Producer Katrina Sarson takes us on a tour of the Oregon Film Museum in Astoria. The museum highlights and celebrates movies that were made in the state of Oregon, housed in the old Clatsop County Jail. Make your own movie, be inspired by The Goonie Gallery and learn more about the history of movie making in our own state! Continue reading... “Oregon Art Beat Highlights Oregon Film Museum”
Our clients are saving significantly thanks to wider adoption of the new LED lighting technology. The potential power differential can as as great as 75% when compared to incandescent lighting. Although LED lighting has been around for a decade it’s use in Film/ TV production has been limited largely to panel lights. Which were mainly used in field production. In that context they were competing to replace existing fixtures which pulled less than 15 Amps. Which is the capacity of most household plugs. Continue reading... “Local Studios Are Saving Both Energy And Money Using LED Lighting”
Portland, OR August 15, 2016: Bent Image Lab, announces their Augmented Reality platform, “youAR”TM, is coming out of stealth mode into alpha testing.
For the last three years, Bent has been developing youARTM along with computer vision technology and systems enabling multiuser, real-time, markerless AR content to be viewed with a single lens smartphone.
With the advancements in LED lighting fixtures and HMI ballasts, controlling light fixtures with DMX signals has become both easier and much more precise. These advancements have ushered in new possibilities for control which is both quicker, easier and more economic than ever before.
While DMX control has been common in Theatrical settings for quite some time, only recently has advances in fixture design made this practical for TV/Film sets. DMX 512 is the standard communication protocol used in Entertainment industry products. Continue reading... “The Digital Revolution in Lighting”
Oregon Story Board is holding office hours this Friday, beginning at 3pm – “learn all about Oregon Story Board by socializing with OSB staff and board members as well as the Digital Storytelling community that surrounds it.”
Writer & Director & Producer — Bryan R. Thompson
Director of Photography — Jeremiah L. Scott
PA- Benjamin James
Gaffer: Steve Waters
Sound: Jeff Scott Taylor
Editor & Color: Bryan R. Thompson
Hair & Make-up / Costume Design — Alicia Watkins