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ARRI Tech Talk Live Explains Remote Lighting Workflow for Multi-Location Livestreams

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arriThe next episode of ARRI Tech Talk series takes place this Wednesday, Sept. 1, and it will feature Los Angeles-based lighting designer and technical director Andrew Schmedake taking you behind the scenes of the premiere party of TNT’s “Snowpiercer,” produced by the creative agency Little Cinema in April 2020.  

The online experience engaged six actors in their own homes, split between Los Angeles and New York with digital sets created with a green screen. The lighting on actors had to match up perfectly with the lighting in the digital environment behind them. Andrew used SkyPanels equipped with a CineMiranda unit, which plugged into actors’ home ethernet without any complicated setup, this allowed him to set looks remotely once the backgrounds were ready, and even tweak the lighting in real-time during rehearsals and the event.

The talk is followed by a live Q&A session, and it takes place on Wednesday, September 1st, 2021.

Live from Burbank: 3:00 – 3.45 p.m. PST

You can REGISTER for the event here.

You can watch previous ARRI Tech Talks on the ARRI YouTube Channel.

 

 

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