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Wolf at the door

24th August, 2007

Bringing the classic 1930s children’s tale Peter and the Wolf – intended by Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev to introduce youngsters to the delights of orchestral music – to a new generation is easier said than done.

With children’s expectations conditioned by HD video games and 3G movies, the bar has been raised in terms of production values.

I'm Not Dead tour

10th August, 2007

P!NK’s recent Wembley Arena Concert was yet another epic HD shoot for Serpent Productions, typical of the slick style they produce on regular basis.

The event was Directed by David Mallet, shot by NEP Visions on about 20 HD Cameras at 1080/25p and posted entirely by On Sight Upstairs. On Sight digitised all the material after the shoot on multiple dedicated digitising systems for speed.

Happy Birthday Pinewood

07th July, 2007

Pinewood Studios Celebrated it's 70th Birthday on the 7th July 2007 and Axis Films were there to help out.

s part of the festivities a bank heist was recreated on a disused set and Axis Films were on hand to film the action. Shooting on 4 cameras including a Polecam with Iconix Camera, we shot the gun battles between the good guys and the baddies. 

On Sight 'conjure up' the Alchemist Ph.C-HD

24th June, 2007

After committing to a beta testing programme over a year ago On Sight found themselves one of only two companies in possession of one of the most sought after high definition broadcasting ‘pieces of kit’ in the world, the other company being the BBC.

Snell & Wilcox’s Alchemist Ph.C-HD has a legacy of the best motion compensation and standards conversion going back to the early nineties, the era of high definition meant that the proprietary algorithms had to perform that much better, On Sight were on hand to help that happen.

A night to remember

28th May, 2007

Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour is a rock legend with a reputation for quality.

“As the leader of Pink Floyd, David has always been an artist who has never compromised with his work,” insists Andy Murray from Gilmour’s management company, One Fifteen.