Itaki Design Studio teamed up with MOD and Chris Nalesnik to produce a “one take” hyperlapse music video for Janet Jackson.
Itaki Design joined MOD and Chris Nalesnik to knock out a music video for Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar. We had the task of creating several different worlds for them to live in. We used a ton of camera tracking and the use of a lot of 3D cards in Nuke to bring all the elements together.
2017 This is a color reel from a number of different films and music videos. All color was done in Black Magic DaVinci Resolve except for some additional effects done in After Effects for Born Pretty and Lost & Found.
0:02 – 1:05 from “Curveball” – imdb.com/title/tt3091138/
1:05 – 1:27 from “Lost & Found” by Spirits and the Melchizedek Children – vimeo.com/82015661
1:27 – 1:45 from “Born Pretty” by Mary O Harrison – vimeo.com/73256880
1:45 – 2:15 from “The End Again” – youtube.com/watch?v=lfN96Vw2q7U
2:15 – 2:33 from “AICP reel” – Artifact Design – artifactdesign.com/
Music “Where Is My Mind” by Maxence Cyrin – maxencecyrin.net/
Michael McReynolds – Resolve Colorist – Nuke Compositor
“Lost and Found”
from the album So Happy, It’s Sad
by The Spirits
Written, Directed, Edited by Carl Janes of FUTURE ANCESTORS
Spirits and the Melchizedek Children are Jason Robert Elliott Chris Case Brian Fielden Joe McNeill Andrew Burnes Ryan Odom Backing vocals by Mlny Parsonz Cello by Matt Jarrard Violin and viola by Ryan Gregory
Cinematography, VFX and Post – Michael McReynolds
Assistant Director – Matt Brohammer
Production Assistant – Dan McDonough
Production Assistant – Daniel Rambacher
“Lost and Found” Produced by Benjamin Price Engineered by Benjamin Price Mix Engineered by Benjamin Price and Jonathan Rhum Mastered by Glenn Schick Recorded and Mixed at Studilaroche in Atlanta GA Mastered at Glenn Schick Mastering in Atlanta GA Filmed in Georgia, USA
Special thanks to Ranger John At Arabia Mountain Copyright SATMC © 2013
0:00 – 0:12 itaki film leader
0:12 – 1:14 from “The Reconstruction of William Zero” – imdb.com/title/tt1867091
1:14 – 1:33 from “Lost & Found” – vimeo.com/82015661
1:33 – 1:49 from “Shut Eye” – Prerelease
1:49 – 2:04 from “Bait” – imdb.com/title/tt2951034
2:04 – 2:52 from “Ghost of Old Highways” – imdb.com/title/tt2061689 – ghostofoldhighways.com/
2:52 – 3:16 from “V/H/S – Amateur Night” – imdb.com/title/tt2105044
Michael McReynolds – Nuke Digital Compositor
mritaki (at) gmail.com
I did the color correction. The original footage was shot on both a RED and a 5D. Somehow the RED footage had also turned green and the skin tones were all off. I finished the video in Hiero and did the color in Davinci Resolve.
E-Motion Studies is the baby of the first collaboration between Psychopia Pictures and itaki design studio. We shot the whole thing with a Photron super high speed camera. Each shot was taken at 1000 frames per second. We assembled everything in After Effects. The music was done by a band called Twittering Machine. Each musician was shown the video and played alone while watching the video. Mike Wright then blended the audio together into the crazy jazz that backs the movie.
We did all the visual effects including creating helicopters, birds, lightning and compositing everything together. The most interesting shot was the shot where they were in the split city with the curb separating the two different band set ups.
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