Special Effects

APPLICATIONS

Luminys
.     Features and Television
.     High Speed Imaging
.     Live Events and Broadcast
.     Venue Lighting
.     Crash Testing

dedolight®
.     Feature Films and TV Drama
.     Special Effects
.     Commercials
.     Documentary
.     Mobile Crews
.     Scientific and Industrial Lighting
.     Product and Portrait Photography
.     Architectural Photography
.     Museum Lighting
.     Examples
.           Art
.           Interior
.           Wedding
.           Cars
.           Glamour
.           Tabletop
.           Jewellery
.           Fashion
.           Portrait
.           Industry and Science
.           Photojournalism
.           Painting with Light

Special Effects
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Special effects for many top feature films were lit with dedolight. Some exclusively, others with special requirements such as a high speed sequence in ‚Armageddon‘.

Doug Trumbull
– 2001 A Space Odyssey
– Blade Runner
– Close Encounters of the Third Kind

“For the ‚Back to the Future‘ OMNIMAX ride, dedolights were the answer. We developed an entirely natural look by breaking our key down into many individual beams. I‘ll never shoot without them.“

Doug Trumbull
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Dave Hardberger, Special FX
– Lord of the Rings I & III
– Final Destination I & II
– League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

„They‘re extremely controllable, they have the intensity and they‘re also really small so you can hide them behind a lot of things and still do a camera move. I‘m very happy with them, very good!“

Dave Hardberger
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Nigel Stone, BSC Special FX
– Harry Potter I – IV
– V for Vendetta
– Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
– The Brothers Grimm

„I have been an admirer of dedolight since they were first available in the UK and I would not like to go into a VFX shoot without being able to call on them.“

Nigel Stone
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Peter Parks Gordon E. Sawyer Award for lifetime achievement (A.M.P.A.S.)
– Solar Crisis
– Superman
– Bugs!
– The Fountain

“I can truthfully say that without the dedocools, the optical advances that I pioneered in both 2-D and 3-D would not have been possible.”

Peter Parks