Peters, Oliver
December 2011
Digital Video;Dec2011, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p20
The article offers information about visual and special effects used in the 3-D film "Hugo," directed by Martin Scorsese. It mentions that the film used the prototype ARRI ALEXA cameras, which were aligned into custom 3D camera rigs. According to visual effects supervisor Rob Legato, they applied color lookup tables (LUTs) loaded into Blackmagic Design HDLink boxes for observing on set and downstream of visual effects.


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