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#1 Igor Ridanovic

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Posted 29 January 2009 - 07:46 PM

RED LOS ANGELES USER GROUP
February 7th, 2009
9:00am - noon


Please RSVP:

http://www.redusergroupla.com



Please register early. We have filled our capacity at the January meeting and expect to have a full house again. To receive our early notifications in the future please subscribe to the RED Los Angeles User Group Twitter feed.

Don't miss a chance to see Quantel Pablo Stereoscopic primer. Quantel's artists will go through the basics of 3D using RED stereoscopic footage. This will be a great opportunity to see and understand how the RED and Pablo work together in producing outstanding stereo images.

ASL Gear (formerly Toys 4 RED) will show their RIP KIT. This versatile breakout box augments the RED camera I/O and control section allowing operator easy access and improved operational flexibility. Drop your card for a chance to win $500 gift certificate from ASL Gear.

Director of Photography Jeffrey Seckendorf will be screening scenes and discussing elements from the EA video game, "Need For Speed."

Shot on the Red, "Need For Speed" includes over 50 feature film style narrative scenes interlaced inside the game. Jeff will be showing both original footage and processed scenes from the game. Produced by Eric Mofford, directed by Joseph Hodges, and starring Maggie Q, NFS was just nominated for a Visual Effects Society award.

The Owners' Circle will meet as usual to discuss any issues that pertain to current or future owners and operators of RED ONE.

Check back for updates. Watch RED User Group previous meetings and presentations on YouTube. There's a lot of value packed in these 10 minute clips!


COMING UP IN THE MARCH MEETING: Pictorvision, Inc. will be demonstrating the use of the RED One in their Wescam gyro stabilized aerial camera systems, as well as giving a basic primer on what you need know when planning for aerial shooting.
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