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ICG Talks Color Management and Dailies at Cine Gear Expo 2014


local600logo-2009-final-black-outlinedlocal600logo-2009-final-black-outlinedThe International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600) will present a panel discussion on “New Workflow Choices and the Director of Photography” at the 2014 Cine Gear Expo in the Sherry Lansing Theatre on the Paramount Pictures lot June 7.

The panelists are Paul Cameron, ASC, DP on Total Recall and Dead Man Down; Mark Doering-Powell, DP on ABC’‘s Super Fun Night and CW’‘s Everybody Hates Chris; Steven Poster, ASC, national president of ICG and DP of Donnie Darko and Someone to Watch Over Me; Andrew Turman, DP of spots for Target and Lexus; Michele deLorimier, digital imaging technician (DIT) & phantom tech of Cover Girl’’s “Pink” and Cream Reunion at the Royal Albert Hall; Bobby Maruvada, digital imaging technician, as well as DI colorist on Project X and After Earth and E. Gunnar Mortensen, focus puller on Amityville Horror: Locked In and Cooties. Digital imaging technician Joshua Gollish, Skyfall and Prisoners, will moderate.

The panel will discuss how DPs and their crews encounter an ever-expanding range of approaches to color management and dailies. These new paths impact the DP’’s artistic style and every aspect of their job, including on-set operations and creative environment and communication with the director, talent, editorial and post-production.

This group of DPs and other camera crew members will examine how their workflow choices on recent motion picture and TV projects impacted the filmmaking process, the craft and the product.

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