Shooting with the Digital Bolex D16
Kickstarted in mid-2012, the Digital Bolex has captured the imaginations of filmmakers with its analog aesthetic and unique design. The camera and its images have evolved significantly over the years, maturing into an asset that can give your project a look that is unique in the landscape of digital cinematography. Still, the D16 is not without its pitfalls and requires a deft hand to operate, expose, and handle through post production. Join Alex Mitchell to learn some of the tips and tricks of using the D16 on set, as well as a brief primer on dependable workflow options for your project.
Alex Mitchell is an award winning filmmaker with experience in every leg of production. Over the years he has been developing his style and technique through hard work, collaboration, and an education in film production and communications studies. Since graduation he pursued further education through master classes at Maine Media Collage, worked throughout the industry as a member of IATSE 212, and has been recognized for his work by the Alberta Motion Picture Industry Association. Alex is currently managing his career as a freelance film technician and independent filmmaker through his company, DCPi Film Services.