I have worked on several 3d films as native stereographer.
When I work on a 3d film I am usually involved in pre-production, then, during shooting as on-set native stereographer, and following that in post production for fine tuning of the color and 3d for the finished film.
My personal experiences in 3d production have centered around getting feature production done as fast and as most cost effectively as possible, whilst combining the technicalities with my creative 3d experiences and suggestions.
In a 3d film I worked on a couple of years ago - Fausto Brizzi's comedy "Com'è bello far l'amore in 3d” - I spent some time in pre-production in the rental company - Tecnovision / D-Vision in Rome - preparing cameras, rigs and solutions with their help to pre-calibrate 3d rigs so that lens changes could be done practically and as fast as possible. This contributed to helping the Italian production company Wildside achieve principal photography in 8 weeks, as planned, without any overtime, exactly as per a normal 2d film that they had previously estimated, and with director happy that he had obtained all the shots that he wanted for his film.
More recently I also trained up the camera crew of China Film Group both in Munich and Bejing before starting the native 3d stereography on Jean-Jacques Annaud’s epic film “The Last Wolf” in Inner Mongolia.
I also trained the crew for Adriana Trincea Cinematografica - shot in Italy's Alto Adige Region.
Previously, I have also worked for Dunia Production in Jeddah to train for director Ahmed Kamel his crew in stereography so that they could shoot 3d in their up-coming productions in Saudi Arabia.
My experience in shooting and post-production allows me to create specialised training courses and which are tailor made for 3d productions, rental companies and specific film requirements.