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Faster, Together: Hangman Studios

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Monday, Apr. 9, 2018

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Want to know what it's like to shoot video of The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Coldplay, AC/DC, and Robbie Williams? James Tonkin of Hangman Studios explains how they create high quality tour videos of the world's biggest bands in a short period of time. James explains how the gear they use enables them to be as fast and efficient as possible while also capturing archival quality footage. Hangman uses a mix of RED & Blackmagic Design cameras for production. They use Final Cut Pro X for their edits, ProTools for the audio mix, and DaVinci Resolve for their color grade. At the center of post production is a LumaForge Jellyfish Rack.

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