ICG is hosting an A-list panel about cinematography and VFX. Here are the details:
"You Say You Want a "Revolution"? How cinematographers and VFX collaborate on the hit NBC Drama"
Date/Time/Location: Monday, April 8, South Hall, S 220, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Description: Digital technology has forever altered the use of VFX in dramatic television. Close collaboration between the preferred workflows of rotating cinematographers, their on-set camera departments and CGI artists working off-site, have helped make "Revolution" look like no other episodic on the small screen. The DP's lighting and design of complex composite shots; choice of capture systems; monitoring and playback capabilities, and relationship with the VFX supervisor--on-set and in post--is at the heart of "Revolution's" success. Hear how the creative team behind this hit network series work together to integrate the largest amount of weekly VFX shots - from conception to digital finish - on television. Produced in partnership with International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600.
David Moxness, CSC, director of photography
Jay Worth, VFX supervisor
Paul Grellong, supervising producer
Geoff Garrett, associate producer (oversees post)
Moderator: David Geffner, executive editor, ICG Magazine