When Deluxe Design Group shot the dramatic short ‘The Trapper’, they gave Jump Studios the freedom to play with a color grade. Jump used SpeedLooks SL-3500 Clean Fuji to give the project a naturally lit finish reminiscent of The Revenant.
ESPN required a rebrand of their Prime and Big Monday franchises for College Basketball. It was a slam dunk when ESPN asked Jump Studios to create a unique show open tease and toolbox of various elements to increase weekly viewership. Here’s a quick teaser of the open and elements reel.
Glean Productions approached Jump Studios to assist with the creation of a hologram featuring NHL player Steven Stamkos for sporting goods retailer SportChek. The production took place in Toronto requiring multiple set-ups on a single rink including a Canon DSLR array with 60 cameras, a Phantom and 2 RED cameras. The post-production phase required Jump to stabilize the footage and stills, rotoscope Stamkos, create and track 3D design elements and finish with a color grade.
A new era unfolds as Talisman Centre transforms into Repsol Sports Centre. Deluxe Design Group and Jump Studios teamed up to tell this story through animation using simple sport icons, motion graphics and fluid transitions. This short animation will give your eyes a work out as you dive into the new world of Repsol Sports Centre.
ESPN is the leader when it comes to broadcasting tennis. Jump Studios was up for the challenge when ESPN approached the team to create a broadcast design package for several events leading up to Grand Slam tennis. Jump served up over 500 elements in a liquid ribbon world both in English and Spanish. Here’s a quick teaser of the elements reel.