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short film forget on international festival

Kurzfilm Vergessen The short film Forget (Vergessen) with the Freiburg theatre legend Jesse Coston as the main actor participates in Detmold at the 10th International Short Film Festival. eazy entertainment produced the four-minute short film Forget in Badenweiler early this year. (mehr …)

BMPCC -Short „forget“

Vergessen, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

Short „forget“ shot on the BMPCC

The characteristic of this shoot was the use of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera as the only camera. The BMPCC arrived a few weeks ago and we wanted to use this opportunity to test it’s functionality and production abilities. We were already surprised by the high image quality we got form some first small tests but its strengths and weaknesses in a real shooting situation should now be illustrated. (mehr …)

logo animation

3D-Logo

As a result the 3D-animation of our logo should be mysterious but still be kept minimalistic and well structured. So it was clear, that the logo should only be rebuilt partially in 3D and that there was going to be a transition from 3D to 2D. During  the conceptional stage we decided to shape the  3/4-circle from the logo into a tube. Inside this tube should the 3 triangles be arranged with differing gaps.An animated tracking shot should lead from the dark inside area of the tube, passing over the 3 triangles representing the arrows, outside of the tube into lightness, disclosing the overall picture. After the tube and  the triangles had been costructed in Cinema4D we experimented with different textures and lighting situations to find an appropriate mood. (mehr …)

Beam Germany – Colorgrading

On 12.11.2013 eazy-entertainment was at Beam-Germany GmbH in Frankfurt. We shot the german part for an international internal campaign. As we had the possibility to  look after a proper lighting durig the shoot and Beam-Germany offered us an interesting setting, we got very excited about the forthcoming color grading after we had finished the shooting. Because all takes were shot with the Black Magic Cinema Camera and the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera there was no need for big color corrections and we could start right away with our color grading in DaVinci Resolve. We didn’t shoot raw CinemaDNG but ProRes422(HQ) because of the smaller memory requirements and the missing raw-support for the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera (software version 1.5 implementing the raw-fuction had just been released  on 12.11). So it was even more astonishing how much we were able to do in DaVinci Resolve with ProRes under good lighting conditions. Altogether we decided to use a warm, classic-movie like look, similar to the one used for „Mad Men“. Have a look…  
JB_Glas_ohneGrade

before grading

JB_Glas_Graded

after grading