This workshop aims to teach the technical process of creating and capturing a natural software glitch that occurs with a debayering issue of cinema DNG footage in Mac OS X Mavericks and Quicklook. (Duration : 1h-30)
– the starting point is a global view of the workflow and the context of the glitch technique’s discovery
– recording some test shots with a Blackmagic cinema camera that records in raw cinema DNG.
– reading the files with Quicklook and view the debayering issue.
– using an apple script to create an automation that push the down arrow to pass
– from one picture to another.
– recording the screen with screenflow to capture the glitch
– technical corrections (cropping, scaling)
looping the process to understand how to influence the glitch’s result during the shooting.
– combine this glitch technique with others.
About the artist
Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis was born in Montélimar, France, in 1988. He is currently living and working between Paris and Brussels as both visual artist, editor and filmmaker. After a studying period in journalism at Clermont-fd university and a bachelor degree in cinema atLumiere Lyon II university, he left for Brussels to study film editing at INSAS and worked onmultiple projects, from videoclip to feature films. In 2013, he did a master in audiovisual art atSint-Lukas and directed his graduation film, “Digital Memories”, which was selected in severalfestivals (Signes de Nuit, Hamburg IKFF, IVAHM…). His artistic work explores memory, frontiersfilms, glitch art, and digital identity.