Bogdanowicz joins Post Logic as executive VP of imaging science. He recently retired from Kodak after 32 years with
the company, a majority of which were spent in the color science engineering
laboratory and the motion picture divisions. He is renowned for his work in
color science modeling, systems modeling, photographic simulation, color
perception and basic photographic system problem solving. His work has earned
him two Technical Achievement Awards from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
Leconte will serve as the new VP of software engineering and
will develop custom solutions tailored to the needs of Post Logic's digital
intermediate clients. He joins Post Logic Studios from Hollywood's Pacific
Title and Art Studio, where he served as VP and head of software development
since 2002. During his tenure with
Pacific Title, Leconte co-developed the Rosetta digital YCM archival process,
leading to a Science & Technology Award from the Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences. He also designed several custom workflow processes at Pacific
Title for digital camera acquisition, DI, restoration and color management.
The image science division is currently working with Dalsa
Digital Cinema to transfer test footage from the Origin 4K camera to
film as part of their efforts to optimize Post Logic's 4K pipeline.