Look at Riga coming soon!
Creative studio Moodwork together with LTD ' Look at Riga' since last September has worked on multi Dimensional film ' Look at Riga' production using latest audio visual and animation technologies.
Film is about, showing the capital city in multi dimension, including, architecture, music, culture and its inhabitants. Dynamic and smooth flight about Riga in 3D will show a good idea about Riga and everyone that lives and visits it.
The viewers of this interactive film 'Look at Riga' will have a chance to enjoy this flight with helicopter above old town towers, also boat ride in Daugava and movement through streets of old town.
Where else is there a possibility in 3D quality, to just above reach and touch the Statue of Freedom, also “Gaismas pils” and Presidents castle, Ethnographical museum of art, church towers and a lot more places which normally can't be seen from such angles.
In the future - another cooperate project in collaboration with LTD ' Look At Riga', is planned. It is about Riga - 'Riga laika griezos' 'Riga four seasons' etc.
To get the best possible results, our production team had the pleasure to enjoy number of flights, with helicopter, fast boat and multi story city bus. Shots were worth the effort.
At present Moodwork specialists are in post-production process, animation and 3D cutting.
Making of this film is definitely a challenge and responsibility, because this kind of project is first of its kind, and if all will go as planned, very soon everyone will get a chance to be at 'Look at Riga' film premiere!
Report from VANAGKALNS 2013
Producer:United artists of Moodwork /A. Aspers/
DoP : R. Bluka
Editor : R. Bluka
COLOR REEL with DA VINCI RESOLVE
Producing, editing - United Artists of Moodwork
Stunning underwater photos by Horen Stalbe
Underwater photography is probably one of the most difficult to practice. It requires a very specialized equipment and the knowledge of some advanced techniques to get a perfect picture. You need to get the correct exposure, accurate focus, controlled movement of your subject and a pleasing color balance; you also have to deal with low light. Underwater photos offen suffer from loss of color and contrast when taken at a significant depth. Such photos are always adjusted with color balance to help offset the blueish tint of the water.
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