These videoa are part of a series of short clips produced to introduce the speakers at the “Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit 2016” in Tenerife, Spain.
We shot the portraits with Blackmagic and Red cameras. The Blackmagic was used because of its superb raw mode shooting .dngs, while the Red Dragon was necessary because of its frame rate for the slow motion effect.
Particle effects were created in Houdini and rendered in Redshift for Softimage. Compositing entirely done in Nuke.
Additional to the clips print motives were shot in high resolution with DSLR cameras.
Sounddesign for the clips by Audioversum, Düsseldorf.
Juan Andrés Guerrero-Saade
On the 18th of June 2015 the BFF Germany (Association of Freelance Photographers) hosted almost simultaneously its latest exhibition project in three major German metropolises, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Stuttgart.
Contrary to all its former exhibition projects no images were presented directly in the exhibition rooms. The visitors, equipped with their smart phones, tablets and an augmented reality app discovered the images via visual bar codes attached to the walls and stands. Once scanned the images from the phtographers appeared on the screen, following the movements of the digital device in space perspectivly correct.
The event received an enormous media echo in more than 70 print publications and on German television. The background of the exhibition that images nowadays are consumed more and more solely through digitial media was depicted in almost all articles.
I’m glad that I was part of the team of exhibiting photographers. Thanks Axel for all the photos shot on the evening!
All photos shot by Axel M. Mosler.
Just finished for this year’s International Dental Show 2015. A promotional video presenting the main business areas in which the Dentsply/Degudent cooperation is operating.
This is a video from the same project after the packaging design went through some changes.
The design is close to the final version the client chose.
This is a product visualization I did recently for the agency Kinoblau. It’s about a new way to wrap up glass ceramic blocks for dental CAD/CAM milling machines.
The packaging itself was constructed in Softimage with the help of ICE to bend the cardboards into the final shape. Changes could be easily made by replacing null objects on the flat cardboard.
Quick test for an upcoming project with Rigid Bodies in Softimage. Most of it done with ICE and Exocortex’s Momentum.
The tricky part is the alignment of the bodies with the surface normal. After bending my head around the different forces available I finally stumbled across a rather simple but efficient way to do this.