Your Wedding Video Shot in 3D with RED Epic Cameras
This is a teaser trailer for the world's first 3D wedding video shot in stereoscopic 3D on 5K resolution RED Epic cameras by Golden Gate 3D, a studio based in San Francisco, CA, USA known for its award-winning "Deus Ex Homine" 3D short.
RED EPICs are the same movie cameras used to shoot "The Hobbit" and "Prometheus". Each frame can also be extracted as a high resolution 3D still image.
Stuart & Julia RED Epic 5K 3D Wedding Teaser Trailer
The Mirador Estate in beautiful Montecito near Santa Barbara provided an idyllic garden in full spring bloom, resulting in some gorgeous 3D visuals to complement Julia and Stuart - the bride and groom.
Shot and edited by San Francisco-based Golden Gate 3D, the entire production was designed around creating a cinematic experience to envelop viewers in seamless 3D that provides a flowing narrative and sweeping scale to the proceedings - the ultimate in futureproof mementos of this special day, able to be enjoyed on the latest technology for decades to come.
The RED EPIC 3D Rig
The ultimate in state-of-the-art digital cinema, capable of 5K (5120x2160) RAW acquisition at up to 120fps, the Red Epic is truly at the pinnacle of modern camera technology. Testament to this fact, the vast majority of Hollywood blockbusters being filmed in 3D today are using this camera system, with directors such as Peter Jackson ("The Hobbit"), Ridley Scott ("Prometheus") and Mark Webb ("The Amazing Spiderman") all having used them to film their movies.
Golden Gate 3D's Red Epic 3D rig is configured around two Epic-X cameras in an over/through configuration for minimal size, using the state-of-the-art Screenplane Steadi-Flex beamsplitter mirror rig with the revolutionary Marshall autostereoscopic 3D monitor. They have both PL and EOS mounts available to suit your project's needs and can reconfigure the rig in other ways for maximum flexibility. The total weight of the rig is under 20 Kg, which is remarkable when you consider the quality of the resulting images!