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3D projection mapping in the city centre of Amsterdam for H&M

On 22, 23 & 24 November 2010, H&M brought their flagship store in Amsterdam to live with a 3D projection mapping on the historic building.


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Projection mapping is a relativity new concept that takes an extremely long time to design and display. Everything has to be perfectly aligned. Usually there are multiple projectors interacting with each other. In the near future, projection mapping will be incorporated into live shows and concerts if not already. 

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3D projection mapping in the city centre of Amsterdam for H&M

On 22, 23 & 24 November 2010, H&M brought their flagship store in Amsterdam to live with a 3D projection mapping on the historic building.


Via Cristian contini
Andrew Nicholas's insight:

Projection mapping is a relativity new concept that takes an extremely long time to design and display. Everything has to be perfectly aligned. Usually there are multiple projectors interacting with each other. In the near future, projection mapping will be incorporated into live shows and concerts if not already. 

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Which Camera for live events? EX-3, PMW 200, XF305... | Philip Bloom Forum

The company I work regularly for are considering a new camera, which will pretty much be used exclusively for Corporate Live Events (they have an FS100...

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Its important to have the best camera for your event. Multiple things are a factor. Your budget, the sects of the camera, the weight of the camera, attachment options, there are many more things to think of when purchasing a camera. 

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Natasha Fearnow's curator insight, August 13, 2013 12:21 PM

This article is about the different cameras, and lenses that most companies use for live productions to film concerts and events. 

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Sports: The Camera | Videography | Production

Sports: The Camera | Videography | Production | Show Production | Scoop.it
School Video News is the TV/Video production eMagazine for teachers and administrators. Articles and videos on all aspects of TV/Video production in the K-12 environment.

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The position of camera are important especially in a live sport. If a cameraman were to miss an important shot, his job could be on the line. You can not expect the other operators to have a good shot. Although you are being told when you are about to be live, your camera could go live at any time. 

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Natasha Fearnow's curator insight, August 13, 2013 12:37 PM

This article explains the different camera shots that are in sports and expaning why they have wide shots and side angels. I thought this website was very interesting, and informational. 

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Concert Photography: 40 Rocking Examples

Concert Photography: 40 Rocking Examples | Show Production | Scoop.it
Concert is a performance by a single musician or by a group in front of an audience. The nights are not usual here and it will be a brighten evening because of the stunning laser lights.
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Although attending a concert for yourself is an amazing experience, concert photos can really accent a performance. It seems simple but capturing the right moment can be a difficult task. The camera settings can be equally as hard to perfect especially in the heat of the moment. 

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The Multi-Camera Shoot | Videomaker.com

The Multi-Camera Shoot | Videomaker.com | Show Production | Scoop.it
Helpful hints for mixing multiple cameras live to tape.

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It is very beneficial to have multiple cameras on a shoot and almost essential for a live shoot. Having multiple cameras gives you the freedom to cut back and forth between shots giving the viewer a more interesting viewing experience. 

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Natasha Fearnow's curator insight, August 13, 2013 12:24 PM

This Article talks about using multiple cameras and how it is advantage because they can try out multiple shots for one scene. It also saves the camera crew some time, because they don't have to keep moving the camera. It might cost more for having more cameras but it can be worth it.

 

 

Pro - Being able to use multiple camera shots and unlimited camera views. 

Con- It cost a lot more moeny to have multiple camera on a studio.