Over the past 11 months I have been working regularly with QC’s sister company across the country, MIB Mediaworks, to put together an 18 minute documentary on the installation of Iconography into the Greek Orthodox Church of Our Saviour in Rye, New York.
I was brought onto the project last September to help film a mass at the church, and shortly thereafter joined the post team as lead editor and colorist. Over the subsequent months I worked closely with MIB both directly with editing and advising on further footage to be gathered of the church’s stunning imagery.
The film was shot primarily the Canon C300 for interviews and the Arri Alexa Classic for the iconography, with a number of other cameras involved in lesser capacities. It was cut on Premiere Pro CC 2014/2015, and color graded in DaVinci Resolve pro 11.
Last month the film was released to a full house of church members, locals, and the Greek Orthodox Archbishop Demetrios of America.
You can find a full article on the event from Neo magazine via the link below and the full film in the videos sections of the site here
I am very pleased to announce a major update to the Quantum Cat Camera equipment arsenal. Now available with any camera package the Benro carbon fiber tripod kit with H10 head, supporting up to 22 lbs, with a 100mm ball diameter and multi-stage fluid drag and counterbalance.
Here it is stretching its legs for the first time on a recent music video for Reasons Be at the newly constructed Awesometown Studios.
Directed by Cindy Baer
Cinematography by Matt Irving
1st AC Matt Brodie
Equipment provided by Quantum Cat Media