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January 29, 2015, 08:12 AM
If you want to know what it takes to be a professional DIT check out this epic round up of DIT resources, including insights from top DoP's, books for DIT's, discounted training on DCP creation and more!#editing#digital#post production#cinema#dit#digital cinematography#dcp creation
February 14, 2014, 08:22 AM
Check out the workflows, tools and techniques professional DIT's use to create digital dailies on-set for major feature films and television shows. Plus a round up of the tools they use!#workflows#dit#digital imaging technician#how to be a dit#digital dailies
December 6, 2013, 11:42 AM
Check out this round up for tons more insider info on what it takes to be a working DIT. Packed full of resources on DIT gear, file and color management workflow approaches and lots of info on codecs and compression, there's something for everyone.#workflows#codecs#compression#dit#how to be a dit#color management#enders game
June 8, 2013, 03:59 AM
A round up of resources, tutorials and reviews for the those who want to learn more about being a DIT, or the stuff a DIT knows; Colour Science, Workflow and Digital Image Geek details...#workflow#tutorials#dit#bulletproof#colour science#shotputpro
April 5, 2013, 15:18 PM
Another round up of some great DIT related articles, tutorials, and online resources to help aspiring and established DIT's alike.#davinci resolve#dit#digital imaging technician#lilly pad#pomfort live grade
February 10, 2013, 12:20 PM
If you're interested in becoming a DIT or learning more about what a DIT does and how they do it, then check out these resources - a free webinar focused on on-set colour corrections, a primer on understanding LUTS and an extensive post on the DIT's working environment and the equipment they need to succeed.#grading#color theory#colorist#dit#dit cart#on-set colour correction#luts
January 29, 2013, 14:37 PM
For a while now I've heard from DoPs and cinematographers in India shooting movies on digital cameras - Alexa, Red, Sony Canon etc - requesting the services of a DIT "just like in Hollywood". Which basically means what they read about on the net, in forums, and in American Cinematographer.#arri#alexa#dit#dp
January 18, 2013, 07:55 AM
Do you know what a DIT (digital imaging technician) does on a feature-film set? Come to our next In Person event on Tuesday, January 29th to find out about this important if little remarked upon craft. That’s when Dave Satin presents and leads a discussion about just what goes into his work as a DIT on the set of top features and commercials in New York City.#dit#digital intermediate technician
January 2, 2013, 13:18 PM
The media management and quality control handled by the digital imaging technician and post house is nearly universally vital in modern filmmaking, where each digital camera brings its own varying formats, workflows, and quirks. This need for DITs and post houses, however, may evaporate just as quickly as it has arisen — at least according to the predictions of Michael Cioni.#film#post#dit
December 28, 2012, 08:50 AM
This entry was based on a reduser.net thread about building DIT carts. The thread asked a lot of challenging questions about the process, the tools, the players, the evolution and the future. For reference...#dit#dilemma#reduser
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