In October 2020 we conducted our 3D Workshop in Lübeck. It was a great group of about 20 young film students who conceived a music video in 3D. We shot on the STEREOTEC Lightweight Rig with 2 ALEXA Mini and two Optimo Zooms. We enjoyed very much the week full of enthusiasm.
Oscar winning cinematographer Dion Beebe has described using ultra high frame rates to film Ang Lee’s sci-fi actioner Gemini Man, as part of the future of cinema. STEREOTEC supported this movie exclusively with its 3D rigs. Read more at the IBC website here.
Stereotec was shooting the new 3D Documentary THE BIG JUMP (Sigma Film) that is planned to be released in 3D in cinemas January 2019. We caught the ski jumping legends in 3D in Kulm and Oberstdorf and visited them during their training in Norway and Austria. Watch out for fascinating 3D shots e.g. jumping with them down the ramp in 3D. Stereotec developed a special 3D helmet camera and portable wireless shoulder cameras for the best shots in 3D.
Here is a making of of our first 2 shooting blocks of Viy 2:
Here is a new making of of Viy shot in Prague:
Stereotec is currently shooting “Viy 2”. Here the making of the Moscow set on location:
Stereotec is proud to announce that “Viy 2” will be shot in native 3D by the STEREOTEC team. Please see a making of of the first shooting block that just finished:
Stereotec was responsible for the 3D shooting of Viy 3D. See the making of here:
In December STEREOTEC shot a commercial for the well known Turkish brand “Arcelik”. Shooting took place in a Studio in Istanbul shot with two Red Epics on a fully motorized STEREOTEC Light-Weight-Rig. Shooting was exactly as fast as in 2D. The additional recorded metadata was very important as most of the set will be CG built. Stereography was done by Senior-Stereographer Florian Maier and his crew.
Stereotec just finished shooting a 3D commercial for Shvabe, a company that manufactures scientific glass for the space industry. The shooting took place in a studio in Moscow. DoP was the renowned Russian cinematographer Maksim Osadchiy (“Stalingrad”). It was shot with two epics on a Lightweight rig including STEREOTEC’s full automatic workflow – this made an extreme fast shooting speed possible; the 3D shooting didn’t take even a single minute longer the in 2D… The shoot was led by Senior Stereographer Florian Maier. More information will follow soon.