Still unsure what HDR is or how it fits into the workflow with RAW? Zacuto’s upcoming Live episode will answer all of these questions and more with a panel of industry experts from Canon, Dolby & Flanders Scientific.
When & Where?
The livestream will be available on Zacuto’s youtube page and starts at 11AM on Wednesday, 8th August.
Who’s on the panel
Bram Desmet is the CEO & GM Flanders Scientific, Inc – He helped start Flanders Scientific in December of 2008 with the specific intent of trying to provide a more affordable line of professional broadcast monitors to the professional video industry. They now offer one of the most advanced feature sets in the industry. Their monitors are used in applications ranging from control rooms and production trucks to high-end color grading suites. http://flandersscientific.com/
Gary Adcock specializes in creating and streamlining workflows for Episodic and Feature Film Production and Post-Production. His extensive work in Camera technologies, Image Acquisition and OnSet workflows is regarded by many as one of the most knowledgeable resources in the industry. His client list includes Adobe, Aja Video, Apple, Arri, Autodesk, Sony, Panasonic, and JVC. Media outlets like CNN, MSNBC, Discovery Networks, FOX, National Geographic. Follow Gary on Twitter https://twitter.com/garyadcock
Joe Bogacz works for Canon U.S.A. helping with the launch of Canon imaging products, third party relationships, and product and feature development. He is an integral part of Canon’s efforts to communicate the needs of industry professionals to the engineers and designers who can translate ideas into the new products of tomorrow. Joe joined Canon Canada in 1989 to help launch Canon’s electronic imaging cameras and video camcorders. This was at the beginning of electronic imaging and he successfully introduced and supported these new technologies. Since then he has been involved with many facets of imaging including the seismic changeover from analog to digital, SD to HD and now the migration to 4K and beyond.
Juan Salvo is as exacting with image quality as he is technically savvy. His work has been seen on movie and television screens, in web browsers and on mobile devices worldwide. He regularly collaborates with a diverse clientele – acclaimed music video directors, world-renowned artists, advertising creatives, filmmakers, and documentarians – to enhance and finish their projects. Founding theColourSpace was the culmination of Juan’s desire to take colour and DI to the next level. As Juan puts it “we’ve all seen projects that could’ve used a little more care during the finish, it’s the aim of theColourSpace to empower artists by bringing that extra bit of love when their project needs it most.” http://thecolourspace.com/
Robert Carroll is a Sr. Director Content Solutions at Dolby Content Solutions, the leading edge tools and services used to create feature films and TV shows in Dolby Vision and Atmos. Dolby Laboratories (NYSE: DLB) creates audio, video, and voice technologies that transform entertainment and communications in mobile devices, at the cinema, at home, and at work. For more than 50 years, sight and sound experiences have become more vibrant, clear, and powerful in Dolby. https://www.dolby.com/
Steve Weiss is an Emmy winning Director/Producer with over 700 commercial, corporate, documentary, and fashion projects to his name 1983-2001. Steve Produced/Directed 9 different web series a total of 89 episodes from 2008-2017 and documentaries “Light & Shadow” 2012, “Cole Soul” 2016. Currently, he’s producing/hosting Zacuto Live 2018. Steve and Jens founded Zacuto USA in 2000 and still design every single product. Both have been avid supporters of web TV, informing, educating and inspiring the indie film community for many years, with shows like Filmfellas and Critics.