Cinematic Video Production – Bridging the Technical & Artistic! 🗓

— behind the scenes looks at professional color grading and post production

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IEEE Consultants Network – San Diego
Meeting Date: February 11, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM Networking & Food; 7:00 PM Presentation
Speaker: Paul Bellfy
Location: San Diego
RSVP: requested, through website

Event Details: IEEE vTools

Join us for a very special evening in 4K UHD you won’t want to miss! This is a rare chance to learn many exciting aspects of professional video production.
We’re going beyond normal video production to the Cinematic realm, with behind the scenes looks at professional color grading and post production with the same programs used in Hollywood Blockbusters!
This presentation will answer all your questions about the different video formats and their uses in the post production processes. We’ll highlight the professional NLE (non-linear editors) and VFX programs and compare them to the traditional consumer video editing software.
We’ll discuss the various codecs, shutter/aperture combinations, bit-depths, color depths, etc. Side by side comparisons of video will be presented.
An overview of the hand-made custom rigging for both the camera and stage/set components will be covered as well as the usage and purpose of each. A custom-built Arduino based PWM product turntable will be demonstrated live!

This will be a fun event and you’ll leave excited about the technical and artistic aspects of video production. Emotion, passion, creativity…Every frame is Cinematic Beauty!

Bio: Paul Bellfy
As President of Bellfive Studios, Paul has taken his technical and creative talents in new directions.
Paul Bellfy earned his BSEE degree from Michigan State University in 1993 and his MSECE degree from the University of Michigan in 1997 and worked in traditional engineering positions for 20+ years.

A veteran of Ford Motor Company where he designed and launched many Ford first technologies: first in-vehicle navigation system, first one-touch close back-glass system w/ anti-pinch, first electronic parking brake system, and first power retractable running board system w/ anti-pinch.
In San Diego, Paul worked in electrical design in many industries: PCB thermal profiling, medical, industrial, and nuclear.