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#1 Andrew Schroeder

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 10:08 PM

Hi, my name is Andy Schroeder. My producing partner and I recently launched a start up around camera tech we developed and I thought some of you might be interested in seeing what we can do.

Our company is named Optical Radiance. We use patent pending tools to make any camera "see" in the spectrum of three-strip Technicolor (circa 1935 - 1955). It is an all analog process, no color grading is necessary on the footage after it has been filmed. Even if you're not interested in classic films there are some side benefits from filming in the process like a greater color palette and easily color matching mutiple cameras from different brands.

I decided to finally become a registered user on the forum in part to let others know we're out here, but I don't want to make anyone feel like I'm putting on a commercial, so I'll just add that you can see examples and a more in depth explanation at opticalradiance.com

If you have questions let me know, thanks (:
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