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"Obusebito" uses URSA Mini 4.6K, DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel

PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 3:16 pm
by Kerry de Boer
Blackmagic Design announced today that its URSA Mini 4.6K was used for shooting “Obusebito,” a documentary short film about the people of a small town, Obuse, Nagano. The film was graded with DaVinci Resolve Studio using a DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel.

“Obusebito” revolves around the delightful people living in Obuse, including a number of residents working to promote the town. The film vividly captures their daily lives and shows how they managed to develop the smallest town in Nagano, with a population of ten thousand people, into a major sightseeing spot visited by one million people a year.

The film was directed, shot and graded by Kazuhito Takazawa. He is not only a photographer specialized in advertisements, CD covers, fashion, architecture and editorials, but also well known as a videographer shooting with digital film cameras in a cinematic style. His debut documentary short film, “Odayaka-ya,” earned him a number of international film festival awards.

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