By Marc Loftus
LOS ANGELES - Filmmaker Randall Dark (www.randalldark.net) has spent the past two weeks shooting footage for an upcoming Dolby Labs presentation. When Post caught up with Dark, he was in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, shooting a timelapse sequence, and had already spent several days in both Dallas and Miami, shooting footage for the project. He was also planning a trip to Toronto to round out production.
According to Dolby's Gaven Wang, the presentation will be shown at tradeshows and will highlight the company's new HDR video technology. For the Miami and Wyoming shoots, Dark worked with DP and Red camera owner Ken Michael, who will also handle the post for his segments of the project.
Dark says the project is due to the client on November 10th. Michael shot his segments using a Nikon adapter and lenses. Shooting in 4K, Michael captured footage to a rugged 320GB drive. At the end of each day, footage is transferred to a 4TB drive that Dark recently purchased. Michael will be editing the project in Final Cut Pro and will transcode the r3d files to the ProRes codec.
The Dolby presentation marks the first time Dark - who considers himself format agnostic - has worked with the Red camera. Dark will remain the owner of the unused footage and will add it to his own high definition footage collection.
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Randall P. Dark is presently shooting with the RED camera for Dark Red Images. The footage will be used for creating short demonstration pieces and adding to his already extensive High Definition Library.
Over the next 3 weeks he will crisscross the country shooting in the following locations:
- Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas
- Miami, Florida
- Jackson Hole, Wyoming
- Grand Teton National Park
- Toronto, Canada
For more information about the Red footage or Dark Red Images, contact Randall P. Dark.