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Digital Production Buzz – October 9, 2014

  • Creating Visual Effects for “The Equalizer”
  • Does anyone need user groups anymore?
  • Using Blackmagic Cinema Cameras for music videos

GUESTS: Brian Drewes, Sean Devereaux, Dan Berube, and Tim Buttner

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Join Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:

Brian Drewes, Co-founder, ZEROvfx
Sean Devereauz, Co-founder and Lead VFX Supervisor, ZEROvfx

Brian Drewes and Sean Devereaux are the Co-Founders of ZEROvfx, a Boston-based effects house, that recently handled the visual effects work on “The Equalizer,” starring Denzel Washington and directed by Antoine Fuqua. We talk with them about what they did, how they did it, and how it worked out. 

Dan Berube, Founder, Boston Creative Pro User Group (BOSCPUG)

Dan Berube is the president of the Boston Creative Pro User Group.  This week we talk with Dan and co-host Mike Horton about the role user groups play in enabling media folks to do more with technology.

Tim Buttner, Founder, Tim Butt 2 Productions

Tim Buttner is a multi-talented individual who runs Tim Butt 2 Productions. An accomplished photographer, writer, director and producer, Tim recently shot Owl City’s newest track, “Wolf Bite,”  using the Blackmagic Cinema Camera (EF) and color graded on DaVinci Resolve 11. We talk with him about his experiences using both the camera and latest version of Resolve.

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