The medical drama series “Five Days at Memorial” recalls Hurricane Katrina’s devastating impact on a New Orleans hospital. In this interview, Digital Imaging Technician Mehran Jabbari shares exclusive insights into his workflow with Silverstack, Livegrade Studio, and ShotHub.
In this interview, DIT Shibbir Ahmed takes us behind the scenes of Netflix’s “Sex Education” season 3 to share insights into his workflow with Silverstack XT!
With “Old Henry”, a contemporary representative of a classic American genre premiered at the 2021 Venice Film Festival. In this interview, Cinematographer John Matysiak and Digital Imaging Technician Scotty Wright take us behind the scenes by sharing exclusive insights into their individual work and collaboration.
DIT Severin Schultze takes us behind the scenes of “Blackout”. Cozied up in his mobile grading suite, Severin relied on a workflow with Silverstack to ensure all chaos was limited to the action on screen.
The feature film “La Encomienda” was shot in a massive water tank at Pinewood Dominican Republic. The responsible DIT, Bhima Gandica, takes us behind the scenes and explains how he navigated this demanding production environment. Bhima used Livegrade Pro, Silverstack Lab, and a previous version of Pomfort’s cloud service ShotHub to design a workflow of maximum efficiency.
In this interview, Shanghai-based colorist Xu Shangyi grants us exclusive insights into the production of commercial livestream events and his live grading workflow. Managing a show’s look while it’s getting broadcasted creates a demanding production environment with unique challenges. Keep reading to learn how Xu Shangyi used Livegrade Pro to realize livestream projects for big brands like TikTok and Corona (and by that, we mean the beer).
In this interview, DIT Gastone Ferrante lets us know how the collaboration between DP Alan Stewart and himself actually worked out on set of Guy Ritchie’s latest movie, Wrath of Man. In addition to Silverstack Lab, Livegrade Pro was also an integral part of his work.
Krzysztof Wlodarczyk was DIT on an exciting film project recently. The Peasants is a movie whose creative approach was inspired by the painting style of the arts and crafts movement Young Poland. Even before the elaborate re-coloring process took place, this production was already characterized by complex, technological workflows. Krzysztof was responsible for color grading and data management on set. In the following interview, he explains how ShotHub helped him complement his work with Silverstack and Livegrade, and why working on The Peasants was a challenge that he enjoyed and drew motivation from.
On large scale productions that span over several countries, consistency, in general, is always an important principle. Look consistency across different units is no exception here, especially when several DPs are involved – as it has been the case on “ZeroZeroZero”. Together with DP Romain Lacourbas, we got to the bottom of the question, how the creative development of a picture can be visualized and improved by on-set grading with Livegrade.
It is always a plus if a team has previously worked together – workflows are often already established, and the communication is easier. The Netflix action comedy ’Coffee and Kareem’ was not the first collaborative project for DIT Leon Rivers-Moore and the camera team he worked with, which made it a lot of fun for everyone to shoot. Silverstack and Livegrade Pro were two old companions for him as well, which he used for the media asset workflow, QC and color grading on set of this particular production.