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Dec
19
2010

The Making Of LOF 3D Part 2

Bismillah,


Behind the scenes part two: more people, more scenes, and more fun! It was a long and awesome journey and we figured you would enjoy peaking behind the scenes at how we accomplished the finished product.

This is how we made a short movie, with a low budget, in 3D!! We used 2 Canon 7Ds, a custom rig, and a crew excited about making something new. It was fun, and here is what happened along the way. If you like this, comment, subscribe, or become a fan of us on Facebook.

If you haven’t watched the movie, do that first. If you have, check out the behind the scenes. Both are here:
Leap of Faith

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Nov
30
2010

The Making Of LOF 3D Part 1

Bismillah,

Hey folks! We’ve been working on the behind the scenes for Leap of Faith and here is the first installment of many about how we made the movie. It was a long and awesome journey and we figured you would enjoy peaking behind the scenes at how we accomplished the finished product.

This is how we made a short movie, with a low budget, in 3D!! We used 2 Canon 7Ds, a custom rig, and a crew excited about making something new. It was fun, and here is what happened along the way. If you like this, comment, subscribe, or become a fan of us on Facebook.

If you haven’t watched the movie, do that first. If you have, check out the behind the scenes. Both are here:
Leap of Faith

Apr
17
2010

Canon 7D Stereo 3D Setup white paper

Bismillah,

We have recently been investigating the use of the Canon 7D as a 3D solution for our Leap of Faith short film. The 3D tech on the movie, Rami Santrisi, came up with a white paper in an attempt to layout the possibilities of using the 7D optimally if used as a stereo capture device. We are talking about using two Canon 7D’s attached in some way to enable this kind of capture. Here is the white paper:
White paper on using the Canon 7D as a stereoscopic 3D Camera

As for which route we end up taking, that will depend on further testing. As of right now, Option #3 is the most optimal without any loss of resolution, but complete loss of access to the video feeds from either camera. The DP for the film will be assessing the impacts of using these options and moving forward with what he thinks would work best for the film. As always, we’ll try to keep you updated. Peace.

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