Recent Jobs

Reflection of lights in glasses

It’s difficult to light someone wearing reading glasses… The reflection of the light on the glasses will surely pop up sooner or later. And it kind of hides the eyes, or distracts…

In this example, with some masking and some color correction we could subdue the reflection, but not remove it. The fact that the light was an undifussed led light made things almost impossible, as it hid detail of the eyes.

Reflection in glasses – Before&After from 7Frame Film+Post on Vimeo.

Wire removal in fight scenes

Nowadays is very common to stage visually appealling kung Fu fights that require the performers to wear soame kind of harness to which wires are attached. These wires ensure that the performer is safe doing the acrobatics required and also “enhancing” their skills.

Then the wires must be removed from the final image. Here are some samples of the work we did for an upcoming movie.

 

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Fixing some logos

Our client had been shooting some images for a corporate video for a company. This company had just bought another company and the trucks and cars didn’t have the new logo. They realized this some time after shooting.

So, our client asked us to replace the old logo with the new one in several clips. The difficulty was that the camera or the truck were moving and occasionally some other object would pass in front. We tracked the movement, composited the new logo, plus added some masks, and voilá! The new logo is all over the place.

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Refocusing an image

Ok. We know we said we couldn’t restore focus to an out-of-focus image… We are not magicians…

But we always give our best and this job wasn’t as irreparable as it sounds.

The cameraman focused the lens while he was on the wide shot. And during the interview he kept pulling in with the zoom in each question. As it turns out, the focus was slightly behind. The ears are crisp, the face not so much. It’s beetwen soft-focused and out of focus.

What we achieved is not a real focus, but some appearance of focus.
It’s a sharpen effect plus some masks, plus some tracking, plus squinting our eyes.

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