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Blackmagic RAW Format Used on New Channel 5 Drama Clink

PostPosted: Wed May 29, 2019 12:57 pm
by Stephanie Hueter
Blackmagic Design has today announced that new British television drama series Clink, created by Colin McKeown and produced by Donna Molloy, has relied on a Blackmagic RAW workflow for both acquisition and post production.

Produced by LA Productions in association with Kew Media Group and inspired by real events, the gritty ten part series was directed by Gary Williams and lensed by director of photography (DP) Tim Pollard. The URSA Mini Pro G1 was chosen for acquisition with Williams and Pollard opting to shoot in 4K using Blackmagic RAW 12:1 constant bitrate.

“I used to be a DP myself for many years, and I’ve always been impressed by the look and skin tones that you get out of the URSA Mini Pro. I find it responds very well to light,” reveals Williams. “I’ve used it before on numerous documentary projects and felt it translated well to drama.”

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