Well February and March have been busy times at the LAB. Our good friends Fain & Tripp were back in to cut some sweet spots for YAMAHA (the best watercraft on water!). Eisenberg Agency was back in for more Comcast spots lensed by DP Matt MacCarthy on ALEXA. We’ve been putting our editorial scalpel to […]
The ATL Film Festival is about to start so check out the programs! Also a small note to filmakers, when you send your submission into a festival on digital media, don’t include personal documents, or COPYRIGHTED PIRATED SOFTWARE ARCHIVES! Support the companies that make your films possible! AVID, ADOBE and all the rest! Nuff Said!
We are still hard at work at the LAB as we speed to the holidays. We’ve been doing some great stuff with Fain & Tripp, Bressler, Eisenberg Agency, and lots of end of year housekeeping! We also have some great news to report soon….We can’t wait to let it out! Merry Xmas and Happy Holidays!
Well, November has been great. We’ve worked with our friends from Multivu, Mountain View Group, Fain & Tripp, Eisenberg and Outback Editorial. Thanks for a great harvest season and now let’s do December right!
The production “Papa” being shot in Atlanta called us with a problem. The problem for post that exists is that post is happening in Korea and the movie is being shot in the ‘ol ATL. Here comes LAB 601 with a high-speed Dailies transfer to allow “faster than fedex” transfer of their offline audio […]
2 weeks ago the LAB helped the production What To Expect When You’re Expecting to bring a “Screen on the Green” style playback to Piedmont Park. We provided a HD playback system that was projected onto a 55ft screen in the middle of the park. Teamed up with Outdoor Movies and their expert crew headed up by […]
Filmaker Milford Thomas is working to put together a new film and looking to potentially use digital capture devices. This would not be a big leap for many, but for a film media veteran, this is new territory. We’ve done some ‘looks’ for his digitally lensed footage and next week will be able to do some side-by-side […]
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