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Post Magazine

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    Article featuring two of our new projects, Experience the Smokies: 3 Cities in 3D & Sevierville in 3D from the December 2010 issue of Post Magazine. http://digital.copcomm.com

HD Video Pro

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    Cover story article on our new project 3 Cities in 3D that will be broadcast on WealthTV. The article is in the October 2010 issue of HD Video Pro, a nationwide magazine. http://www.hdvideopro.com/

Markee Film and Video Magazine

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    Christine Bunish talks with Randall Dark about his recent work, 3 Cities in 3D, a co-production with Cinemarr Entertainment.
    http://www.markeemag.com

Entertainment Technology Center

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    3D for the Rest of Us – Focus on Editing (A Case Study with Randall Dark) - Now HD pioneer Randall Dark has put the system to a real world test on the "3 Cities in 3D" documentary he produced and directed for WealthTV to be aired as part of its WOW! series in late summer. http://www.etcenter.org

Playing With 3D Or Why 3D Doesn't Have To Be Elitist

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    Since stereoscopic 3D made it's triumphant return, we have reported on the most expensive, most complicated and most detailed use of it. Film's like Avatar have shown us that as long as your crew and gear are from the highest stable then you'll be OK. But does that make 3D production an elitist world? HD veteran Randall Dark thinks products like Panasonic's AG-3DAl are here for the rest of us.
    http://www.definitionmagazine.com

A 3D Ode to the Smokies

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    by John Merli
    AUSTIN, TEXAS
    MONDAY, JULY 26, 2010

    Even people who have spent much of their lives in the picturesque Smoky Mountains will tell you they've never seen their surroundings quite like this before. While 2D HD probably would have done justice to the many natural and man-made attractions of Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Pigeon Forge in Tennessee, capturing it in stereoscopic 3D brings an added dimension to the subject matter in more ways than one. http://www.tvtechnology.com/article/103916

TV Technology- August 18, 2010

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    “The great thing is we didn’t have to sync anything,” Marr began. “As soon as we imported the HD video out of the Panasonic camera, the two eyes are muxed together and I can start editing either the left or right eye as I wish using normal Premier Pro CS5 protocols just like I was editing a regular 2D show.”

    Not everyone has the luxury of a Randall Dark production to get access to several kinds of 3D display technologies to evaluate the way the edited images look in Z-space, but Marr quickly learned that it was very important to be able to judge his edits in 3D as the project progressed.

    http://www.nxtbook.com

High Definition - Issue 42

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    Playing with 3D - Since stereoscopic 3D made it's triumphant return, we have reported on the most expensive, most complicated and most detailed use of it. Film's like Avatar have shown us that as long as your crew and gear are from the highest stable then you'll be OK. But does that make 3D production an elitist world? HD veteran Randall Dark thinks products like Panasonic's AG-3DA1 are here for the rest of ushttp://www.definitionmagazine.com/

Videography, July 2010

Film & Video, part of the Studiodaily.com online family

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    Field-Testing the Panasonic AG-3DA1 3D Camcorder
    DP Randall Dark on Cost-Effective Stereo Storytelling
    Veteran cinematographer Randall Dark isn't content with existing technology. A pioneer in HDTV production since 1986, Dark says he's always keeping his eye out for something that will rev up his creative gears and throw him into a new world of images, workflows, and storytelling possibilities. When he saw the first images of Panasonic's new AG-3DA1 3D AVCCAM camcorder, he knew he had found it. "That thing looks like Wall-E," he remembers thinking. "Physically, seeing that camera, I was excited." http://www.studiodaily.com

Cinemarr, Randall Dark Shoot HD Commercial for Ripley’s Aquarium

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    Cinemarr Entertainment tapped the services of HD pioneer Randall Dark for Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies first high definition commercial.The 30 second spot, a mixture of live action and animation, was shot in 1080i  with the Sony HDCam and Canon HD zoom lens and will be onlined and offlined at Cinemarr Entertainment in Sevierville, Tennessee.
    http://www.digitalcinemareport.com