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    Omega Broadcast
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    Check out our upcoming event. 

     

    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/user/manageevent/554996

     

    Monday March 3, 2014 Omega Broadcast will be at The Austin Film Society to bring you up to speed on new developments in HD and 4k gear along with insights in color grading to improve your competitiveness in 2014. In the screening room colorist Tom Parish will have example footage from various cameras used for low budget video projects shot locally and used for full length narratives submitted to Sundance and SXSW this year.  He'll be using Davinci Resolve 10 with a Tangent Wave. Tom will provide examples of how color is used in storytelling and explain why it is important to improving the production quality of any size project for 2014.  He will be available for general question and answers at the end of the session. After the grade / Q&A people are invited to go into the adjacent conference room to get their hands on HD and 4K cameras and on the color grading software running on the new Mac Pro and on an iMac with a Magma thunderbolt expansion chassis. Vendors to include: Sony, BlackMagic (Davinci Resolve + Black Magic Cinema camera). Sessions at 3pm and 6pm.
     
    Venue location:
    Austin Film Society 1901 E 51st St, Austin, TX 78723 (512) 322-0145
     
    Event questions:
    Omega Broadcast Group
    512-628-0822
    bizinfo at omegabroadcast dot com
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    JKnight
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    I wish they had anything related to colorist or anything close in the NY area, for anything I have to travel to NYC, nobody in this city even knows how to use davince or grade profesionally except me.

     

    Jknight,

    <a href="www.knightmedia.us">syracuse video production</a>

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