1. For more information see: intel.com

    Video by Peter J. DeCrescenzo using a GH2 DSLR. Written & directed by Spencer Raymond.

    My website: peterdv.com

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  2. I shot this with Wayne Paige of Digital Wave for Gard Communications and the Oregon Dept. of Transportation.
    digitalwave.tv
    gardcommunications.com
    oregon.gov/odot/pages/index.aspx

    My website: peterdv.com

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  3. ©2014 Southwest Community Health Center swchc-pdx.org

    Video created by Peter J. DeCrescenzo peterdv.com

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  4. A parent's love for their children is a story we have told many times.
    That love is even more unstoppable when seeking to provide their children with a good education.
    At Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon the dream of receiving a top notch education has been fulfilled many times for families with limited resources.

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  5. Visit the Cuda Brothers website: cudabrothers.com

    Download the "original MOV" (below) to see the video in higher-quality, less-compressed 1920 x 1080. This video was created by Peter J. DeCrescenzo and Sam Locklin using a Blackmagic Cinema Camera generously loaned to me by DVeStore.com . About the BMCC: blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagiccinemacamera/

    Info about this video: Recorded using the BMCC’s “ProRes 422 HQ” 220 megabit/sec. mode set to “Video” (Rec.709) gamma. The BMCC was set at 800 ASA, with the white balance set to 3200K, 29.97 fps. The camera’s zebras were set at 100%. Exposure & lighting was adjusted so that a white card positioned in directly front of the talent’s face was just below clipping (e.g.: no zebras).

    When shooting ProRes or DNxHD, the BMCC records its best balance of high dynamic range & low noise @ ISO 800 (its native ISO), and using the BMCC “Film” DR setting. However for this video I wanted to see what the BMCC’s “Video” mode looked like.

    I didn’t use any ND filters for this shoot, but just an FYI: When using ND >9, adding an IR cut filter (such as Tiffen's IRND series) is advised. See:
    youtube.com/watch?v=_T9u-1Ib6vo

    Audio:

    [Note: These audio settings were used with BMCC firmware v.1.2. Later firmware versions may require different settings. Always record your own tests to verify settings appropriate for your production & workflow.] Recorded in-camera using a Sennheiser ME64 mic through a SoundDevices MixPre preamp. The line level output of the mixer was recorded by the BMCC set to "Line level", with input levels set at 85%, and the BMCC's internal mic set to 0% (off). Using these settings, the MixPre's test tone plays @ -18db in FCP7.

    Lenses: 45 year old Nikkor "F" SLR primes; the interview wide shot is a 35/2; the close up is a 85/1.8; both at f4.

    Interview lighting: Key light is a 2K Arri tungsten fresnel bashing through a white cotton bed sheet; the back/hair light is a 250w Mole tungsten fresnel through diffusion. A 48" white bounce reflector is located just off-screen on the talent's left (camera right). The BMCC was set at 800 ASA, with the white balance set to 3200K, 29.97 fps

    Cutaways shot using a jib from ezfx.com, and a slider built using parts from igus.com/wpck/default.aspx?pagename=filmtechnology.

    Edited in FCP7.

    Download the "original MOV" (below) to see the video in higher-quality, less-compressed 1920 x 1080.

    My website & blog:
    peterdv.com
    herefortheweather.wordpress.com/

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Peter J. DeCrescenzo

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- Videographer / Director of Photography in Portland, OR. Recent examples: digitalwave.tv/our%20work.html
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- Phone: #754-6083 (replace # with 503)
- Web: peterdv.com
- Blog: herefortheweather.wordpress.com

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