“On the Set with Video Assist” and Jimmie Songer

Photo from the Jerry Lewis Comedy Museum. While I was at CineGear Expo, I met Michael Frediani at the SOC booth and thanked about about his research into Jerry Lewis and told him I would post his article on video assist. I also included an article from the 695 Quarterly about Jim Songer about his development of thru the lens video assist. There is a … Continue reading “On the Set with Video Assist” and Jimmie Songer

Vittorio Storaro ASC at CineGear 2016

I went to CineGear this year. It was great, was able to catch up and reconnect with some old friends and make new ones. I got a picture of the new Leonard Nimoy street sign on the Paramount lot where the Expo was held. He was also a photographer as well as a director and did many projects at Disney including Body Wars. Zeiss was there with a cut … Continue reading Vittorio Storaro ASC at CineGear 2016

American Cinematographer article on Technicolor

I did a previous post on Technicolor here. The ASC website did a very good follow up article about Technicolor and I posted it here too.  This is from their site and they own it. It is posted here under fair use and for comment and educational use only. The Dawn of Technicolor 1915-1935 online exclusive Authors James Layton and David Pierce discuss how Herbert Kalmus, … Continue reading American Cinematographer article on Technicolor

IN GLORIOUS TECHNICOLOR

Founded in 1915, the Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation transformed cinema forever with its revolutionary color processes. George Eastman House marks this important centennial with the exhibition In Glorious Technicolor, on view January 24 through April 26, 2015 in the special exhibition galleries. The exhibition celebrates Technicolor’s vivid history, from the company’s early years through the making of such classics of the Hollywood studio era as … Continue reading IN GLORIOUS TECHNICOLOR