At NATEXPO 2019 (held in Moscow in November), a demonstration of Dolby Vision broadcast emulation was made at the stand of the Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network. This is the first public demonstration of Dolby Vision Pro 8.2 in the world, made exclusively for Russia, considering the needs of our market. Content produced by Andy Fiord Lab was used for this demonstration.
Andy Fiord Lab is not only the first and only certified Dolby Vision Studio in Russia. This is the entire workflow from camera to mastering.
Breaking news! St. Petersburg – one of the most beautiful European cities has introduced free electronic visas! Starting from today, you just need to fill an online application 4 days before entry date (no consular fee at all). After its approval you can stay in St. Petersburg up for 8 days! Pretty enough to shoot some awesome campaign 🙂
The list of countries whose residents can apply for this type of visa includes almost all European countries, China, Japan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and some others.
See you in St. Petersburg!
Pictured by Sergey Louks
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Welcome to our colour grading suite, but we prefer to call it Magic Room 🙂
Black Cat auditions in Hollywood, 1961, photographed by Ralph Crane for LIFE: “As far as anyone could remember, it was the biggest invitation to bad luck ever seen in one place.”
We don’t believe in bad luck, we believe in hard work, but this picture is truly awesome!
Lucky Monday to all!
Starting our day with a “cup” of coffee in one of the most beautiful museums in the world – Hermitage! ☕️
Ayham Jabr – a Syrian photographer, graphic designer, specializing in digital collage and analog collage.
This post is written in honour of Vivian Maier – an American street photographer, who worked for about forty years as a nanny, capturing American people and their lives during her spare time – and who had never printed any of these amazing pictures while she was alive.
Even Vivian’s close friends and employers didn’t know anything about her passion. Her talent was recognised only in 2007 when John Maloof, a real-estate agent, amateur historian, and garage-sale obsessive, acquired a box of photographic materials and personal detritus at an auction in suburban Chicago. Today Vivian is being hailed as one of the best street US street photographers of the 20th century.