(Brighton, East Sussex--January 9, 2014) BTV completed full post-production for the factual doc, exploring the gravity defying exploits of Abseilon Building Services; America’s largest high-rise cleaning company.
Photos used with permission of Electric Sky Productions
3D and 2D deliverables were completed at the London and Brighton based TV and film post facility, with Soho based colourist and editor, George Dutton completing the stereoscopic 3D onlining with audio mix by Jon Gray, dubbing mixer for BTV Post.
“Window washers we are not, so please don’t call us window washers...”
Challenging shooting environments such as cityscapes and glass faceted buildings meant increased complexity in the 3D depth grade.
Post Supervisor and Operations Manager, Chris Gallani explains: "The depth constraints of shooting stereoscopic 3D were pushed to the limit in Sky High Scrapers. Being able to translate it into immersive 3D cityscapes within depth budget was the main challenge of the project.”
Sky High Scrapers will broadcast over five, 60 minute episodes on Discovery and Sky3D. It was filmed using Red Epic and Sony TD-300 cameras.
The series covers some of the most dramatic, challenging and dangerous jobs on the East Coast of America. A poll of US workers revealed the profession to be considered as one of the most dangerous, in-between the Armed Forces and Bomb Disposal.
About BTV Post:
BTV Post is a cutting-edge production facility, offering post-production, digital media solutions, and video editing services. A specialist in HD, 3D, and 4K content, BTV Post delivers on behalf of the world's most prominent production companies across all genres, standards, and formats. In 2004 it opened its doors to Brighton's creative and digital media community, growing rapidly to attract an international client base, as well as a diverse range of creative producers around the world. In 2010 BTV Post opened a second facility in London, Soho, aimed at putting it at the forefront of stereoscopic 3D, digital media services, and traditional post-production. More information is available at http://www.btvpost.com