A.K. Strom, director of the upcoming science fiction thriller The Watchers, says that with the latest advances in camera technology and digital effects, it is now possible for even the smallest, low-budget indie films to have realistic CGI.
Hollywood-based production studio Ingenuity Engine recently relied on Cospective’s video review tool Frankie to help finish a three-part television commercial campaign for Virgin Holidays.
Sony Pictures Digital Productions did the post-production work for Sony Pictures Animation’s Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, the much-anticipated sequel to the 2009 hit.
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities to shoot – hills, architectural variety, Mother Nature’s beauty – and the inevitable fog. That fog was something that could have hampered photographer Alex Pitt’s recent time-lapse shoot.
Autodesk announced the new capabilities of its Flame Premium 2014 software at the International Broadcasting Convention 2013.
Autodesk customers can now pay as they go for all of the company’s latest design and creation suites including Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Maya and the new Autodesk Maya LT.
32Ten Studios, San Rafael, California provided a number of practical effects for Elysium, some of which were done well before principal photography on the film even started.
Film director and cinematographer Patryk Kizny and LookyCreative assembled the 2010 short film The Chapel using motion controlled HDR time-lapse to achieve an interesting, hyper-real aesthetic.
Hybride, a division of Ubisoft, in collaboration with Industrial Light & Magic, recently completed VFX work on 318 shots for acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro’s long-awaited and highly anticipated new film, Pacific Rim.
Lava Land, shot on location on Hawaii's Big Island in stereo 3D follows the exploits of brave scientists and hardy residents, from rainforests to barren rock, where lava flows from boiling vents.