Go behind the scenes with Guardians’ Director James Gunn and Director of Photography Henry Braham, BSC as they discuss the visual inspiration for the movie and how the WEAPON 8K VV™ was the perfect camera to capture the immersive experience they desired.
YouTuber and technology reviewer Marques Brownlee recently posted a video to his YouTube channel, MKBHD, that went over his views about the RED® ecosystem as well as an in-depth review of his interactions with the most compact camera in the RED DRAGON® family, the 4.5K RED RAVEN™.
Slayer and Nuclear Blast Records recently unleashed the band’s 12th album, “Repentless,” on September 11th. To celebrate its release, the band created a gore-soaked music video for its title track—and RED was there to capture the entire shooting experience.
For the second installment of the REDirect Surf BTS (Behind the Scenes) series, RED spends time with some of the contestants to talk about the concept behind each of their videos. Watch as the contestants chat about how the EPICDRAGON handles in each of their unique shooting situations—from tight schedules, ocean swells, land to sea shots, to getting the best shot of a moving target.
Ever wondered what’s the fastest car on the road? Starting on March 26th, 16 of the world’s top performance cars will square off in a head-to-head drag race tournament for the title of ultimate champion on the streets. RED went behind the scenes with Sweatpants Media for the making of the 2015 Nitto: Battle of the Streets in Los Angeles. Many vehicle manufacturer’s claim to create the world’s fastest car—but only one will drive away with bragging rights from this year’s Battle of the Streets.
RED’s latest Behind The Scenes (BTS) takes you alongside Director Jonathon Bird and his crew for an exclusive look at the making of their film, Space School. The RED team (along with Frazier Nivens of Ocean Imaging) traveled down to the Aquarius Reef Base, off the coast of the Florida Keys for some pre-release access.
Shot on the EPICDRAGON, Space School depicts how astronauts prepare for the rigors of zero gravity exploration at underwater training facilities—such as the Aquarius Reef Base. In the “space-like" simulated microgravity, astronauts perform routine maintenance, carry out experiments, and acclimate themselves to living in confined spaces—similar to conditions they will encounter in space.
Boasting an impressive 7 million YouTube subscribership, Rocketjump’s Video Game High School (VGHS) has helped pave the way for new forms of video production and distribution over the internet. One of the most popular web series to date, Video Game High School is set in a futuristic world and chronicles the lives of students attending an elite video game training high school.
Now wrapping up it’s final season, RED went behind the scenes to speak with Rocketjump co-founders Freddy Wong and Matt Arnold about VGHS’s journey from a Kickstarter project to a full length feature film. Beginning on a SCARLETMYSTERIUM-X then upgrading to an EPICMYSTERIUM-X—and later an EPIC DRAGON—RED has been a part of the web series’ growth:
Indie band, Blondfire, recently released the video to their single, “Young Heart.” RED went behind the scenes with the production crew who captured the song’s essence in a surreal, otherworldly music video.