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France 2013 Photos

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Le Magnifique Gatsby

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Paris Opera House – Roof Detail

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Somewhere

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Paris Opera House

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La Tour Eiffel

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Carey on the Seine

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Cannes – The Carlton Hotel on the croisette

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Cannes Film Festival – Opening Night – The Judges

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Cannes – Gatsby Premiere After Party

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Cannes – Gatsby After Party – Florence Welch

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Notre Dame – Detail

Adrian Hauser Baz Luhrmann Simion Duggan

 Cannes – Adrian Hauser – Baz Luhrman – Simon Duggan

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Cannes Festival Opening Night

Cannes – Gatsby Opening Night 

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La Tour Eiffel

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Cannes Festival opening – The judging panel introduced

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Leo – pissed were not staying here.  Hotel du Cap.

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Cannes – Gatsby Screening

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Leo making “the call”

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Leo in Paris

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Walled City of …

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Cannes – Leonardo DiCaprio and Amitabh Bachchan address the audience

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Nimes Colosseum

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Paris Opera – roof detail

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Grasse – Old town detail

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Opera Metro Station

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Grasse

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Some other walled city

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Hotel between Avignon and Cannes

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Hotel between Avignon and Cannes

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walled city  detail

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Leo after making “the call”

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Nimes Colosseum

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Nimes Colosseum

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Nimes – Church detail

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Nimes – Church Detail

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Paris – View from Appt

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Leo and Leo – Paris

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Paris Metro

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La Tour Eiffel – view

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Paris

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Paris – Montparnasse Cemetary

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La Tour Eiffel

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La Tour Eiffel

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La Tour Eiffel

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Darkside

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Notre Dame – Window detail

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Notre Dame

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Notre Dame

Darkside

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Outa Here


New Zealand Ski Trip ’09

Mount Cheeseman

New Zealand 2009


Log encoding for the Cineon/DPX file format – Density Pt.3

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  As outlined in the original Kodak Reference Pages for the Cineon file format standard,   the Cineon or DPX file format is the world standard digital imaging format for digital motion picture images. Any DPX or Cineon frame can be opened by any film vendors’ hardware and be displayed in the correct format with the correct gamma encoding. (unlike formats such as quicktime!).

The Cineon file essentially is a digital replica of a motion picture negative (a digital negative). It is imaged and encoded such that it retains all the color and exposure information expressed in the negative and as such is encoded in a logarithmic manner. 

The Cineon format was primarily designed for Digital VFX and Animation artists to be able to work on film acquired sequences that could, when finished, be written back to film and intercut seamlessly with camera original negative. With the boost in enhanced graphics processors, the ever increasing capacity and speed of hard drives and some clever Code Boffins, entire films can now be digitally enhanced in the realm of the Digital Intermediate.

Film has traditionally been represented by a characteristic curve which plots density vs. log exposure. This is a log/log representation. In defining the calibration for the Cineon digital film system, Eastman Kodak Co. talked to many experts in the film industry to determine the best data metric to use for digitizing film. The consensus was to use the familiar density metric and to store the film as logarithmic data.” Kodak Reference.

Adrian.


Leo Photos 1


personal photos – leo’s first day at school