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    Hi everyone - long time observer of the forum but never posted until now. Wanted to share some client work I've done for the U.S. Army. This is one of four pieces of content we created of the course of three filming days. Happy to answer any questions about the process, lighting, editing or whatever really.

    Shot on the Weapon Helium 8K with the Sigma Cine 18-35 & Sigma Cine 50-100mm.

    Edited and colored in Premier Pro with the IPP2 Output Presets, the amazing PhilmColor Luts and a little film grain from Film convert.. Thank you for making life easy Phil!

    Client: U.S. Army
    Agency: Weber Shandwick (Dallas, TX & Seattle, WA studio team)

    Joe Childress: Executive Producer (Dallas, TX)
    Michael Kontry: Associate Executive Produce (Dallas, TX)
    Benjamin Jarvis: Director, DP, Editor, Colorist, Producer (Dallas, TX)
    Christopher Meister: Producer (Seattle, WA)

    Fun fact, we didn't have a large crew for this. Myself, Michael and Christopher were the ones on set doing it all. Hope everyone enjoys!

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    Outstanding! And Jim will love it for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Phelan View Post
    Outstanding! And Jim will love it for sure.
    Thank you, Mark!

    The guys at Don Schumacher Racing (where the Army car and team is headquarted) told me they had a history with RED. They were saying one of the first RED cameras was brought out to the track to film the cars. I don't know how much truth there is to it, but thought it was a fun little fact, and kind cool to bring one of their best cameras back out to the track again.
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