Juan Carlos Oganes' film-making and work blog.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Cuts, dissolves, fades to black....Post-production process.

Editing "Gloria del Pacifico". Been doing it for the last 2 months now and still like 5 months away from finishing it.

Many things to cover and now its the montage. Then comes the adding of visual effects, rotoscoping, digital composition, sky replacement, 3D buildings and mountains, 3D water, musical scoring, color correction, etc. A lot to do on my own but the work is worth it. Wish I could delegate some work but the editing involves the knowledge of two basic things to make it right: knowing history, knwoing the script by hand and knowing where and when things were shot for soem scenes weren't shot complete in one place but in 3 to 4 differente places and in a span of 2 years from one another in some cases.

Considering the fact of training another person to work along with me on this. Im giving it deep thoughts....

My montage station.

4 comments:

MARCO ANTONIO said...

MUY ESPERADA PELICULA, SI SE ESPERÓ AÑOS VALE LA PENA ESPERARLA MESES

MARCO ANTONIO said...

Que interesante pelicula, si la esperamos años no hay problema en esperarla unos meses mas.

Juan Carlos Oganes said...

Gracias por el voto de confianza y las palabras, Marco Antonio. Se trabaja para que quede a la altura de la gesta hecha por nuestros héroes.

Guillermo Silva said...

Acabo de ver "La Esmeralda 1876" y espero con ansias la llegada de tu pelicula. Recuerdo que cuando estaba en primaria, mi abuela me enseñaba fotos antiguas de la Guerra del Pacifico que tenia en su coleccion familiar. Tiempo pasado pero jamas olvidados.