New DCS Streaming: DCS 2015 Cinema Lighting Expo

by | Apr 10, 2015 | News | 0 comments

LIGHTING COVER

We continue to catch up on our large backlog of streaming content with what is our biggest event of the year. This is our coverage of the annual Digital Cinema Society Lighting Expo held on March 21, 2015 at the IASTE Local 80 stage in Burbank. The event featured vendor presentations as well as practical lighting demos by renowned ASC Cinematographers and Lighting experts including Bill Bennett, ASC, Bruce Logan, ASC, and Frederic Goodich, ASC. The event also featured vendor presentations, many with practical lighting demos.

Manufacturers and Vendors who participated include:
• Mole Richardson • Matthews Studio Equipment •Nila • Red Scorpion LED • Rosco Labs • Zylight • DPS •Cineo Lighting • DADCO/FilmGear • Dedolight •Chimera • Cineroid LED • Kino Flo • MACCAM • Litepanels • Luminys • Cine Meter • Barger-Lite • SUMOLIGHT • BBS • Lowell

Visit the DCS website’s New Streaming page for links to these presentations as well as other recent additions including coverage of our Aerial Cinematography event and a profile of DCS supporter, K-Tek.
//www.digitalcinemasociety.org/new-streaming-videos

This event was a huge undertaking and we owe many thanks. At the top of the list is our volunteer streaming crew, which was made up of David Mahlmann as Producer, with Cameron Canon, Cricket Peters, Brad Greenspan, Casey McBeath, and Colin Sabala operating cameras. David Hayball was our Gaffer while Mitch Gulbin was Key Grip, and Eduardo Zamora served as an Electrician. Christopher Knell handled location sound and all postproduction while Joey Bravo served as a P.A..

VariCam 35 4K demo camera courtesy of Panasonic, with lenses provided by Fujinon, and documentary cameras provided courtesy of Canon, USA. Our dolly was provided by JL Fisher and our event lighting gear was courtesy of Kino Flo, DADCO, Mole-Richardson, dedolight, and Matthews Studio Equipment. Last, but not least, we need to thank the wonderful folks at IATSE Local 80 for allowing us to use their wonderful stage as a venue.

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