Production Shots

Only a few days of the new year and we already completed a big promotional video for an awesome client, just in time for CES. The shoot on Friday went really well, we had our shot list and everyone was on time. Unfortunately there wasn’t a folding chair with my name on it but what can you do.

We decided to shoot at 3K, 16×9 so we could get the 47 fps to use for slow motion in post. What happened to the extra frame per second is anyone’s guess… The lighting was excellent and that RED really does make nice images.

Post Production:
We processed about 15 minutes (at 47fps) of 3K footage in roughly 7 hours which isn’t too bad if you know what to expect but also enough time to watch Titanic two times and cook a roast. It seems Adobe and Red have a new plug-in for native Red footage support but it is only for CS4 and I imagine it would be pretty CPU intensive.

Using RED’s software, I exported to QuickTime with the Pro Res codec at half resolution since you can’t down-res an image sequence and full resolution 3K would have been overkill for a 720p project.

Once in After Effects the keying was incredible, especially if you know the hassles of DV or HDV compression. After a month or so I may be able to show you what we came up with. I also used my animation preset for some of the camera moves too, you’ll be able to get your hands on it soon enough!

POSTED:
6 years ago
RECENT POSTS
Pixel Screen Experiment!
Here is a fun experiment I created to simulate cool LCD Pixel effects using built-in plug-ins only! It uses the Camera Lens Blur effect along with a depth map to create realistic DOF. Watch Breakdown on Youtube Download Project File (CS6) Sound FX Created with MotionPulse!
After Effects World Keynote!
  I’m very excited to participate in the  upcoming After Effects World Conference this month! I’ll be presenting the Saturday evening Keynote and hopefully hanging out with everyone afterwards! It should be even more exciting than trying to create this fake production stock photo! ** Let me just adjust this knob….** I’ll be along side many talented […]
Element 3D V2: New Specular Model!
Of the many new features announced with Element 3D V2 (so far), there is one I am particularly excited about and that is the new specular highlight model. The new spec model takes advantage of the new physical shader system and features a natural light falloff  helps create more realistic shaders! You can even get the specular to […]
Announcing Element 3D V2!
It has been a little over 2 years since the release of Element 3D V1 and I still remember it quite vividly. I recall staying up all night before the launch, trying to get everything done. I was nervous and excited.  My son Josh had just been born a week earlier and I was working from home at the time. […]
151 Comments

MCStudioBG
4 years ago
Can we see the finished product... Please :) ...
regards for U Andrew....
LGFN
5 years ago
Is there a finished product? Or is the whole video canceled?
ahm
5 years ago
hahaha first time i saw the comments like 'damn you have a RED' I thought everybody was talking about the girl with red hair lol
Tom
6 years ago
Would love to see the finished product!

Video Production London
Dony
6 years ago
glad to see andrew in the pic .. man i always wondered whos this guy giving top class pro tutorials for free and with gr8 sense of humor... dude u rock ... wish we will someday work on some project together .. regards
RamyG
6 years ago
Hey Andrew,
You've used a Mac on this since Pro Res only exists in Mac. Am I right?
I would really find it useful if you explained what you did how you shot it on this blog. Like keeping us posted with the details of how you down-converted the footage and how did AE handle the Pro Res Footage.
Also if you're working on a mac, I've noticed that in the bonus of the Evolution DVD you are doing a demo in Motion. Is it possible that you do other Tutorials on Motion? All the other stuff that's there sucks compared to your teaching style.
I've learned compositing purely from your website and DVD's. So thank you for sharing the knowledge.
Jeff
6 years ago
I have a question about the workflow you guys were using. Why use quickitme files for the comp work? I've been involved in a few RED jobs, and we always transcoded to DPX or Cineon files for the composites, then rendered out the same for the colorist. You're kinda locked in with the quickitme files, not to mention the gamma shift problems with prores and final cut.

Working with the RED is nice, and the keys are 100 times better (when lit well) than DVC-PRO or any compressed video source for that matter. I agree with the earlier post that it really would be nice to get the curve data for the LUT from RedCine to AE, or even some kind of hack, just so we all know what the true look is supposed to be with the R3D files.

Maybe you can expand on the workflow you used in another post sometime?

Thanks,
Jeff
Henry
6 years ago
HI Andrew.
my name is Henry. sorry because my bad english.
I have a good time for After effects education.
very expensive...
Dan
6 years ago
...I feel so stupid...but what's a RED? -_- I know it's a camera, but what's it's features? Why is it so special?
6 years ago
Wow RedOne O-o :d
6 years ago
Two words: modular setup

Can't wait to see what kinds of trouble you get into next man. Great stuff.
Steve
6 years ago
Do you have the promotional piece that you were working on visible on the web? would like to see. Looks like you have a green room instead of a green screen there.
DAMN I'm envious of the RED LOL
6 years ago
Andy! Great job. It's good to see your progression into the bigleague! You should by a Red, but not a red one. Wait untill early next year and splash out on a scarlet 3K! I really want to get the fixed lense box but I guess you would use a longer length. Regardless. Your tutorials kick all other tutorial sources in the nads and steal their wallets. Your tutorials have instilled a love of motion graphics and film-making, so much so tht I hope to g to uni to study it! :D

Thanks again from Australia!!!
Pete
6 years ago
Congrats on the project, I'm sure it came out great!

I also wanted to say congratulations on your 5 cow review for Designer Sound FX at Creative Cow!

Pete
ds10
6 years ago
Do you plan to Get Scarlet or Epic in the future?
Drobins
6 years ago
Just putting some things together.....awesome client, promo video, using a RED and just in time for CES.....is it possible it is a video for RED? in exchange for the use of the camera?

Just a thought. I'd love to be in that position. At the moment I will settle for picking up and HV30 or at the very most a GL2.
Todd
6 years ago
So where's the video you shot? Dying to see more RED footage. Especially from you, Andrew!
Ricardo Sassaki
6 years ago
Hey, check it out these videos about a production using RED.
Awesome shots by the way.
http://vincentlaforet.smugmug.com/photos/447767365_Q9tzL-1920.mp4

http://vincentlaforet.smugmug.com/photos/447767365_Q9tzL-1920.mp4

See ya!
Jim Stone
6 years ago
how much does the gear cost that you are using? I've looked into the RED and the gear is pretty expensive and you'd have to be getting good gigs to justify the cost of the red!

hope the project is going well and look forward to seeing the end results. :o)
David Stone
6 years ago
Andrew, you said its a promotional video. Ok, then tell us approximately where and when we will be able to find and take a look at your final work, please.
6 years ago
I want to see the final video......!!!
Louise
6 years ago
FCP is really great
Louise
Shadow
6 years ago
Wow looks good. Hope we will soon see your new movie
Sandy
6 years ago
Can't wait for the NEW TUT, plz make it soon Andrew!

thnx, Sandy
Amy
6 years ago
FCP can use for red cam?
6 years ago
any updates about the ironman hud tutorial?
Akaga
6 years ago
oops you get red oh my god
u gonna be crazy
ok be blessed
6 years ago
lucky bastard ;p
Jeremy
6 years ago
Must be a good client if you get to work with her...
Lewis Nakivell
6 years ago
my email is silencer765@hotmail.com
Lippio
6 years ago
Dear all,
of course a great hardware like RED is really exciting, but if you have a great idea you don't need it...
Lucas
6 years ago
Andrew Kaveman Never Falls!
Travis
6 years ago
Put your tongue in your mouth... you fall and you'll bite it right off haha.

Lookin good
6 years ago
Hey Andrew !
I wanna ask you question " because you're filmmaker " :
What's the different between these Big camera and GZ-HD7 form jvc " link is below " and this camera too Sony T500

GZ-HD7 & T500 video size : 1280 x 750 and more ..

??

I hope see your new video ..
A.Wood
6 years ago
Hmm, could it be a Version Commercial? That thing she's holding kind of looks like the Storm, and the color scheme of the outfits would go with it...

Anyway, the RED looks amazing, although it does sound like getting footage off of it can be a hassle.
bruce davis
6 years ago
wow guys keep on moving
Jason
6 years ago
I know this is way off topic...but....are you still working on or going to do a Action Movie Essentials 2? I thought you said a long time ago you were going to start filming in December. Also if I remember correctly wasn't there some sort of talk about Riot Gear 2?
pat
6 years ago
what is this for....looks nice...love that camera!
Alexander
6 years ago
You lucky man!
I would trade my lags for that camera!:P
suren
6 years ago
hey andew,
Don't worry from next time we'll add extra budget fir the production chair wid ur name lol!!! very nice to have a frnd like u!!! keep d good work!! bye
Arjan Elsinga
6 years ago
Hey Andrew,

Looks nice. I wonder what you are looking at in de 'over-the-shoulder' shot. Since you're tounge is sticking out, it must be a pretty sight ;) Or is it the heavy camera?.....nah!

Greetz from the Netherlands.
6 years ago
Hi Andrew, I shoot the RAINBOW movie with the RED and you gave me the tip with tha COLORAMA effect for the rainbow compositing. Thank you and have fun with the RED (she wonderful, but a diva).

RED # 4715 / Rolf, Stuttgart, Germany
DJackson
6 years ago
Justin you said "You did just answer your own question just now, you know that right?"

Hehe, well I know that sort of...

I guess I meant and I should have asked if Andrew had a tutorial about proper light setup to make it well lit and the subject well lit. What lights does he use, things like that :)
6 years ago
Thanks ...
wish we can work with you man ..
you are so Gifted.
aidan-paul
6 years ago
Hey Andrew, is there a bio about you or Final Image on here? i was wondering like when you first set it up and how long till you started getting consistant clients?

i also heard somewhere that the makers of Red are or have released a cheaper better camera? (unsure if cheaper)
vikram
6 years ago
Hi Andrew,

Can u please explain how to lighten up the Green Screen. I have tried to do it several times but it gives a yellowing tinge with the halogen lights of 500W each.

Which lights do u use and whats the setup.

Thanks,

Vikram
noddy
6 years ago
I'm going to be a little different and say, "that RED is carp"... "who would buy a camera made by the guy who started a sunglasses co.?" :rolls eyes:

jks... lol

Oakley and RED rulz yo! _\m/
6 years ago
AAA! Red One Camera!!!
Cameron
6 years ago
Hi Andrew

I no that you wont have time to reply but I was just wondering where the vocal audio comes from in the meteor the voices that you can here when Tino turns and sees the meteor coming

Kindest Regards
6 years ago
using a RED for my next shoot in feb. looking forward to it
Vic
6 years ago
It's good to know people who at least have a "RED ONE"! Nice they let you borrow it!!
Tommy
6 years ago
Why is the light in the back not lit? (to prevent lens flares?) also is that a 600 watt.
Tyler
6 years ago
Hey, pretty neat stuff Andrew! I hope to do this kind of stuff one day.

What is the commercial for, want to be able to point it out to friends and family when/if we see it.
Dayill
6 years ago
Wow, a Red.
I thought I was pimp when I got my HV30 not too long ago ;)
Look forward to seeing the end result.
Justin Jones
6 years ago
by DJackson
January 8th, 2009 @ 4:05 pm

"Andrew, do you have any tips for green screen setup, regarding lighting? Your screen looks well lit and you light the subject well too."

You did just answer your own question just now, you know that right?
6 years ago
your filming in 3k? I'm still at 1k hahaah . can't wait for those presets!
Dan
6 years ago
Can we see the video?

-Dan

P.S. Nice RED!
Lewis
6 years ago
you have RED..... *cries*
DJackson
6 years ago
Andrew, do you have any tips for green screen setup, regarding lighting? Your screen looks well lit and you light the subject well too.
6 years ago
Hello Andrew!

Awesome job with the tutorials and the site. I follow your site daily for new updates. I have a request for tutorial, if I may, and this blog entry could not be a more perfect place to ask you for it: a tutorial about shooting standards (what res to use for TV purposes and what for cinemas, what fps, what kind of lenses to use for what kind of shots, so on and so forth).

Or maybe there is something in the DVD's from the site's store that might contain something like this?

Hope I'm not imposing, and thank you for your time.
Derek
6 years ago
If i ever got the chance, i would mind meld with you, Spock sytle. LOL
Sunnt
6 years ago
ugh been waiting for the preset :( hope it comes out soon, on the other hand your business and all must be busy, you guys are one of the best or are the best :)
6 years ago
no
Dan
6 years ago
It's a nintendo ds commercial!

haha
6 years ago
Hey, is that a Nintendo DS that the girl is playing?
6 years ago
in about month or more.
6 years ago
Very jealous.
JP
6 years ago
can we see the promo video finished?
Drobins
6 years ago
That one pictures makes me afraid that Andrew is going to jump up from behind my couch and start filming.
Peps
6 years ago
Very Great!
In future maybe we will see you in Hollywood!!
The Red is very nice. Godspeed!

Here, our new Snowboard-Video. It is for a challenge:

http://www.snow-show.tv/videoclips/view/?id=138&r=2
aangkat
6 years ago
I CAN'T WAIT for the new effects.

me and my borther are waiting for you Andrew :)

Can't wait lol
6 years ago
Hi, my name is Daniel and i am writing you from Peru, sorry because my bad english, i just want to say thanks by tour website, its amazing and really help to other people (like me) to learn more about this fucking awesome job hehehe, well i hope have news about you and you work, i am working with the RED too and thats incredible format to composite. I hope you can see my blog and see my jobs, now i am working with Nuke and Digital Fusion, i know you are AE pro user but i want o all ways what you think abouts this compositing software.

Best Regards!
Saludos desde Peru!
Øystein
6 years ago
That's really cool! But is the red a good, digital replacement for film? Many says that this is a leap forward in digital cameras technology, and it gives the same results as a real 35mm film camera :)
Phill Jinks
6 years ago
Do you have to stick your tongue on when using the RED or is that optional?
6 years ago
Hi AK: Would you care to explain the process of bringing down from 47fps to whatever fps your project might be? And the different effects you can acomplish with that?

Also, I'm sure working on 3K must be really demanding on your editing system. Any recommendations regarding that? Do you use proxies? The Red plugin for AE?

O so many questions...

Thanks for sharing this :-)
Crash
6 years ago
Is she available? WOWWYWOW!
6 years ago
calling from Leeds Uk - haha why have you hyperlinked "roast"? nutter! Im looking forward to seeing your new techniques.
over and out!!!
Alan Martinez
6 years ago
Hi andrew, this is my firts post on your website, and also im a newbie in AE and other postproduction programs, i have a career in Communications but i dont know very much about frame rates, fps, and all that kind of stuff. Im very interested in making a great videoproduction work for my area. I have learned a lot from your tutorials and i have a guide notebook that i made specially for yout tutos. I know that you have a great knowledge about production and postproduction, and i was wondering if you can help me to understand the basic precepts of frame rates and how to use it in posproduction and all this things. Also it would me great to have you as a contact on my msn.My email is martinez.mireles@hotmail.com
Im starting my work just as you started, im making all the work by myself.
Hope you can help me and feed me back to my email.
Greetings and also, Happy new year, the best for this 09, for you, your family and your friends.
Thorsten Miess
6 years ago
RED seems to be popular now
Ruud V
6 years ago
Yeah that RED would probably go for about $25,000 I'm guessing. You could buy a nice car for that kind of money.
Abe
6 years ago
Always love to see the machine at work, I cant wait to work with some r3d footage.
Vers
6 years ago
Another thing...is it true that the RED is getting very hot in a short time of using?
Bader Ahmed
6 years ago
Hi Andrew !

can you lend me this Amazing camera for just one day?

really, not able to control myself looking at this gear at production Location>

Can you tell some Tips on How To "Filmmaking"

thanks
Vers
6 years ago
cool to see! I´m very excited to see how your new preset works! Do we have to pay for the preset? Don´t get me wrong, i would pay! :) You deserve it!

Greetings

Vers
G Man
6 years ago
very expensive....
highdefw
6 years ago
Very cool. I wish I had a RED camera :(
Nikolaus
6 years ago
ah, sry. didnt see. you wrote after a month or so... sry ;-)
Nikolaus
6 years ago
And where is the promotional video to see? Hm, cant find it.
Sandy
6 years ago
Oh Andrew gr8 goin, keep up the gudwork, BTW can't wait for the new Preset & Tut. thnx
Daluz
6 years ago
Silly question: Do you always bite your tongue when you are shooting? :)
Lawrence
6 years ago
Very cool! Thanks for sharing
surfer
6 years ago
was wondering about the words 3k,
does it means 3000 pixels or what?
Thx for a good site!
Noah
6 years ago
I can't wait to get the preset!
Madhurima
6 years ago
Awwwww Andrew
you look so sweet in the picha :))
great to see the work you are on....
keep up the spirits high !
Tim
6 years ago
Hummmm.... you should consider shooting with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR!

I was looking at some footage yesterday.. pretty amazing.

While I was watching it, I was thinking about that Redrock Micro adapter you mentioned. There is really no need for that anymore. It's amazing what can be done with DLSR's now. The DOF looks awesome.

Here is the footage for anyone who has who hasn't seen it already:

http://www.usa.canon.com/dlc/controller?act=GetArticleAct&articleID=2326

Pretty amazing stuff.
6 years ago
MEN! that cam "RED" is too much in everything. I did a lil research on it. It'll require a prof. to get a good picture out of it though. And for the record, am buying one next week... after robbing a bank opposite my house.
6 years ago
btw...great photo - you have a very long arm ;)
6 years ago
i love the red-one but i hate the red software. its like from another planet made for a wireless brain-interface. ...or maybe i have to study the manual :).
hope you can show us some keyed-images - unfortunately my red experience was without greenscreen or any other vfx.
Ploon
6 years ago
Wow this camera looks like a big machine gun!
By the way, could you post some videos you worked on? Just to see what Mr Andrew is able to do... ;)
6 years ago
Man... if you saw what I am using for a video camera, you'd die laughing. I didn't know people were using cameras like that. :)
DaWG69
6 years ago
Nice Camera and hefty price tag. Maybe if I ever hit the lottery or find a rich girlfriend I will get one.
AB
6 years ago
Very exciting stuff. Thank you for sharing.
Can't wait to see what it looks like when finished.
6 years ago
illd wrote: "Hey AK, are you really a camera operator at Final Image? Or are these pictures with you on the Red just for promotion purposes?
I mean dont get me wrong, I have no doubt that you are skilled enough to do this, but you can´t do everything from shooting to editing to blogging to tutorials to bad joking…don`t you?"

Depends on the gig, It's my company so I guess I can do what I want. If there is budget for a good DP I'll hire one but otherwise I do the shooting. Especially if I'm doing the FX work. Think of all the shots you have worked on where the DP didn't think about the post production problem they have caused. I'm very careful to shoot to avoid problems in post to save room for the unexpected ones. Of course I have a crew to help on set unlike the old days when I was running around doing it all. But those were fun times.
martin
6 years ago
About the Pro Res codec, don't you think guys it darkens the color too much?
I've been using Apple Intermediate Codec lately. It seems to keep lightness better and less weight also.
Yogesh Chauhan
6 years ago
Wow thats pretty amazin'. I'd like to see the end product
Alex
6 years ago
who is that that girl...andrew is that your wife?
James Price
6 years ago
Quarter red = quarter resolution
Full red = full resolution

damn pesky predictive spelling on my iPod!
James Price
6 years ago
I have worked with .R3d files within CS4 and you are right, at 4k it is pretty demanding but the great thing is that you can drop drop down to quarter red and still see what is going on nicely, do your work..then up the red for output to Dpx or quicktime down conversions.
I have shot 4k at 2:1 ratio for my projects as I find it gives me far more options in post.
I rock running x64 windows with 8gb ram, 2tb Hd etc..and it feels like it is running ok at 4k but anymore then it would get scary.

As the Ae plug is the beta version, it still has a way to go..I would like curve data to be transferable between RedCine and AE for example.
As you probably found out, keying from properly lit Red footage can be an absolute dream..best results on green is daylight balanced with filtered lens.

I would be keen to learn about your experiences with Red and your AE workflow andrew :)
illd
6 years ago
Hey AK, are you really a cameraoperator at Final Image? Or are these pictures with you on the Red just for promotion purposes?
I mean dont get me wrong, I have no doubt that you are skilled enough to do this, but you can´t do everything from shooting to editing to blogging to tutorials to bad joking...don`t you? :)
6 years ago
Cool you have a very nice camera Andrew.
6 years ago
Been looking at the RED, she's quite attractive, pity about the other guy on the sofa with her...

Happy new year!
6 years ago
Nice to see you work with the R1 Andrew. The more I shoot with it, the more I like it and learn new things about it.

Regarding lighting greenscreen for daylight balanced lights, it's the best for the R1 considering it's a daylight balanced sensor. If you don't have daylight balanced lights, use an 80B or 80C filter. It does wonders, but you have to make sure to compensate for the light loss.

The RED lenses are optically pretty decent, they aren't Zeiss or Cooke primes but they do the job and quick and lower budget shoots. I own the 300 prime ,and the 18-50mm zoom, I like them a lot but have been using Nikon lenses more often.
the real smithy
6 years ago
Nice Camera Andrew

Q. What Make is it? Are you using HDD to capture footage or still using tapes?
Kael
6 years ago
Very cool stuff, Andrew.
I love our RED camera to pieces. We have the RED ONE, and I've never seen anything so awesome looking. Sometimes it seems better than vision, ya know? Sure would love to do 47 fps, though.
Dustin James
6 years ago
So... RED...

Now that you've used one, do you think I should put out for scarlet since it seems more bang for the buck, or stick with a P2 or other HDV cam?

I really want a RED... but I don't really know a whole bunch on the camera side of things... but with an affordable one on its way, I would be willing to buy one and then learn.

I don't own any lenses either, so it would be a long term investment.

What is your take, now that you've dipped your hand in the punch?
6 years ago
Working with the RED cam is great, very easy and great menu system. It's important to have a good tripod of course. We have a nice set of Prime lenses but it's not ideal when you are moving the camera a lot and reframing shots for motion graphics.
6 years ago
nice...
VFX_Phil
6 years ago
*drooools over that RED...* then gets lost in thought of using one......
6 years ago
how was working with the RED camera?'
few of my friends said it was awesome.
FG
6 years ago
Oh - I see the Red lenses - as said, if you can afford Zeiss lenses, go for them - they will blow u away !
FG
6 years ago
Hi,

what lenses did u use on the RED ?
6 years ago
Hopefully after the economy recovers, it will be Red Cameras for all!!!! It's truly depressing shooting 1080i, then watching your footage next to 3k res. Can't watch to see the finished product AK.
BrownHornet
6 years ago
I wonder how much disk space was taken up with these 15 minutes. Heh.
6 years ago
Man, nice gear. I've got a JVC GZ-HD3U, a green sheet I bought from Winners (ironically, it seems), a reflective light board thingy from Videomaker magazine, a Sony WCS-999 wireless mic, and some extra AA batteries. I'm so small potatoes... the only thing that gives me any legitimacy is owning everything you've ever sold.

You rock, Andrew!
Chris
6 years ago
Did you light the greenscreen in 5600k? I heard the Red does much better with greenscreen shot in daylight.
Andrew Larson
6 years ago
So were you keying your footage at 3k and then scaling down to 720p? o what are your thoughts on the RED I wish I knew someone in my area that had on I would love to play with it and see how it works. I really like the freedom that the Red Code format gives ya. btw Keep up the good work Andrew, my partner and i have learned a ton from all of your tutorials.
Juan
6 years ago
From Uruguay
good luck!!, i love your jobs!
6 years ago
I agree on Angel Ortiz

"Please Andrew PLEASE, when will you come up with a product or a tutorial on broadcast motion graphics, show intros, bumpers, commercials etc etc."- Angel Ortiz
6 years ago
Please Andrew PLEASE, when will you come up with a product or a tutorial on broadcast motion graphics, show intros, bumpers, commercials etc etc.
VFX-Anomaly
6 years ago
The more I see you working on a production, the sexier you and the crew get :)

Keep up the real world production blog posts, I wait patiently to see what you're up to.

Thanks
Rebevin Llama
6 years ago
Cool a RED!
6 years ago
you're using the red lenses.. next time go for the zeiss primes.. they're worth the extra cash.
Andrew Butler
6 years ago
hahaha sweet...yea me and my DVX100b are going to go cry in the corner...I'm skipping red, straight to celluloid!

or not if I fail...haha
6 years ago
When you say you processed the footage for 7 hours, do you mean that is how long it took you to get the footage from the camera to a work station? The term for importing has changed maybe 7 times in the past 8 years for me so I just wanted to clarify. I'm sure others wondered as well.
6 years ago
Nice catch for CES. I did a few for last years show but budgets were not to be found this time. Congrats!
J Hunt
6 years ago
That is some cool stuff. 7 hours for 15 minutes of footage. Sounds fun! But yeah, I definitely know the pain of keying DV footage, so I'm sure it's very much worth it. We just started using CS4 to work with native XDCAM footage, and it has been pretty nice, although the new Adobe Media Encoder has been tough to figure out.
Bo
6 years ago
...enough time to watch Titanic two times and cook a roast. hahaha Cool man. Those Red cams seem to shoot some really sweet stuff.
Daniele
6 years ago
Nice Andrew!
Seems very concentrated in the second image ;)
6 years ago
I never said it was my RED :)
6 years ago
How was shooting with the RED?
M.BAY
6 years ago
Is this your camera?

I dont think so (and if so, i am veryyyy envious) because I remember when you were asking if anyone in your area had a Red.

Are you renting it?
6 years ago
Good to see some raw action photos. Nice camera by the way.

- Evan
Jeer
6 years ago
sweeet
Ben Wotton
6 years ago
You wanna rub it in any more? lol

be sure to mention the director's chair in your next contract!
6 years ago
Man I love the RED. We have three!
6 years ago
sry for double post! i only looked at the pic ;)
Phil
6 years ago
Nice andrew.
6 years ago
is this a red?
Austin
6 years ago
you have a red!! damn you!!
6 years ago
Nice job Andrew
jorberg
6 years ago
Very Cool!!
Tutorials
138. Simple Car Rig
Create a Simple Car Rig with Element 3D!
145. Missile Launch!
Fire a missile with new JetStrike pack & Particular
Plugins
Stock Footage