Color Grading im Dokumentarfilm
Subjective evaluation of natural high-saturated images on a wide gamut display
Color and look analysis of Netflix thumbnail images
Color look analysis of films with thriller elements after the year 2000
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This event is for all people interested in film, TV and
the science behind moving images. For the creatives,
technical pioneers and students who are looking forward to
a career in those fields.
How will films and TV shows be produced with new
technologies in the future? What new skills will we need
in the process? How will virtual worlds, visual effects
and animations be created and which experience and
knowledge is useful in production? International speakers
from the film & tv industry will discuss these questions
during the event on the topics of virtual production, high
dynamic range and wide color gamut.
Within 3 days you will learn from our top-class
international speakers: Day one will cover the topics
Science & Technology of High Dynamic Range in Live
Broadcast from acquisition to distribution. There will
be information on VFX in Extended Realities and Virtual
Production Studio Setups on day two and the last day of
part one of VMLC will discuss topics on Virtual
Cinematography and LED-Lighting in Virtual Production.
Each day will end with podium discussions with the
speakers of the day or a cozy (virtual) fireplace
get-together for inspirational chats. Please check out the
timetable of each day for further information on the
topics and speakers.
Pablo Garcia Soriano and Nick Shaw about the creation of
the NBU-LUTs used for HDS-SDR simulcast In the FIFA World
Cup in Qatar 2022. Christina Caspers-Römer and Christian
Kaestner from the “1899” Netflix Series will speak about
their studio setup and the challenges of Virtual
Production. Presenters from Pixomondo will give
insights to their very own workflows for Virtual
Production. International cinematographers like Philippe
Ros (AFC, ITC), Dave Stump (ASC, ITC), Daniel Schua, Julia
Leber and colorists as Dirk Meier (CSI, BVK, ITC) and
Steffen Paul (“1899”) will give insights to their
experiences in LED-lighting, cinema productions or
The fourth day of the conference consists of a working
session of the world's first scientific journal for
cinematography "CITO", investigating researching and
teaching methodologies for virtual cinematography.
Professionals and students are welcome to join and can
register at no charge via e-mail.
You can buy tickets over Eventbrite.
We are offering day tickets and 3-day tickets with free
admission for students and special offers for members of
our partner societies (SMPTE, FKTG, VES, IMAGO, BVK, CITO).
Contact and Links:
Prof. Stefan Grandinetti: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2nd edition of the cinematography conference will take place from March 15 to March 17 2018, at the Hochschule der Medien (HdM), University of Applied Sciences, Stuttgart.
This year Prof. Stefan Grandinetti and his team will present and discuss the latest topics regarding cinematography. This time the event will cover three days and be even more international. The entire programm of days two und three will be in English only the seminar of the first day will be in German and focus on the local film industry
Interessieren Sie sich für Visual Effects, Games, Animation, Mobile Media oder Event Media? Dann sind Sie hier genau richtig. Bereits zum vierten Mal bietet das VEGA CAMP einen einmaligen Mix aus den verschiedensten Bereichen der Medienwelt.
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