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Deadpool 2 Graded in DaVinci Resolve Studio by EFILMs Skip Kimball Posted: 11/07/2018
Deadpool 2 Graded in DaVinci Resolve Studio by EFILMs Skip Kimball
Blackmagic Design announced today that Deadpool 2, the highly anticipated sequel in the 20th Century Fox/Marvel franchise, was colored by EFILM Senior Colorist Skip Kimball using DaVinci Resolve software. The irreverent series, starring Ryan Reynolds as a wisecracking reluctant superhero, is unique not only because of its main character, but also for the style of imagery used to depict the dark world surrounding Deadpool and his adventures.
Tags: Blackmagic Design | Deadpool | DaVinci Resolve | Grading | Post Production | Marvel | 20th Century Fox | VFX | Filmmaking
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More Than 25 of Summer 2018s Biggest Film Releases Used Blackmagic Design Posted: 10/07/2018
More Than 25 of Summer 2018s Biggest Film Releases Used Blackmagic Design
Blackmagic Design announced today that more than 30 of the 2018 summer season’s worldwide film releases used numerous Blackmagic Design products during production and post, including its digital film cameras, DaVinci Resolve Studio editing, color correction and audio post production application and more.
Tags: Blackmagic Design | Summer | Blockbusters | Film | Filmmaking | DaVinci Resolve | Disney | Jurassic World | Deadpool | Post Production
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Deadpool comes to life on Baselight Posted: 09/03/2016
Deadpool comes to life on Baselight

Deadpool is already one of 2016s biggest box office hits. This darkly comic and graphic take on the superhero movie was finished by Tim Stipan on Baselight at Deluxes EFILM in Hollywood.

Tags: FilmLight | Baselight | Grading | Deadpool | VFX | EFILM | Deluxe
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Rodeo FX Brings Insight and Enthusiasm to Deadpool Posted: 16/02/2016
Rodeo FX Brings Insight and Enthusiasm to Deadpool
Rodeo FX completed close to 230 VFX shots for Deadpool, Tim Miller's R-rated depiction of the Marvel Comics anti-superhero. The studio, led by VFX supervisor Wayne Brinton, worked on complex sequences that required fire and embers, grotesque skin alterations, and set extensions. Rodeo FX brought its unique skills to this collaborative VFX effort, ensuring that the finished product was much more than the sum of its parts.
Tags: Rodeo FX | postproduction | Deadpool
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