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Marco Solorio Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Events 2 Comments

In case you haven’t heard, Marco Solorio of OneRiver Media is in Boston this Tuesday night (September 25th, 2012) at Emerson College for this month’s BOSCPUG event. Marco will be showing two of his recent Cinema Camera works, “Texting is gefährlich / Texting is dangerous” and most recently, “Comparing the Cinema Camera & 5D Mk III” with a breakdown of some of the shots. Both videos will be displayed in ProRes4444 on a Christie 2K projector, so even if you’ve watched the videos online, they will NOT compare to the quality in this theater! Also to be presented are some shooting and workflow tricks related to the Cinema Camera. Followed of course, with some Q&A. We’ll also have our fully rigged Cinema Camera present as gear prøn if anything else.

Colorist Rob Bessette will also be on board showing Davinci Resolve workflow with Cinema Camera footage. And Bob Caniglia from Blackmagic Design will be present for the latest Cinema Camera news.

A very fun night for sure, so don’t miss out!

Marco Solorio presenting at BOSCPUG

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Marco Solorio is an award-winning feature filmmaker, published author, and international speaker as a 30-year veteran in the industry with many industry awards to his name. As owner of OneRiver Media, he has produced, directed, and lensed content spanning from commercial to feature film works. As a credited thought-leader in the industry, Marco has consulted for the likes of Pixar, Apple, and Google to name a few. Along with published books to his credit, Marco has also been featured in... Read Marco's full bio here.

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  1. I just stumbled upon your website during a search for the Black Magic Design camera capabilities. The shots around Heather Farms showing the cameras dynamic range was really eye opening and Mt. Diablo toward the Delta really rich. I have been using a Mark ll for a couple of years and agree that the BMDC is far superior. The night shots were also very good, and thought that they would suffered with the smaller cmos but it held up fairly well.
    Keep up the good work , hope to see you on location someday locally.

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      Thanks for the post, Gregg! Yes, I was equally (and happily) surprised at how well the Cinema Camera can perform under low light. I think the Mels Drive In shots really shows that well. Thanks again and happy shooting!

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