ShotOnWhat? Summer 2016 News

It has been a long time since we have been in touch about ShotOnWhat?. Although we have not communicated with you directly, we have been busily working on adding new features and usability tools. Here is a short list!

We worked with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) to develop a cataloging and referencing system to archive the movies and television shows that used ACES (Academy Color Encoding System) information. We collect a ton of comprehensive information about the use of ACES in both production and post-production.

There is a new look and feel for the site. In the background, lots of changes have been made to speed up and increase ease of use.

We integrated the user accounts on our sites to provide a single access login for updating movie information and adding behind-the-scenes photos.

ShotOnSet! was re-branded under the ShotOnWhat? mark as OnSet and we now have more than 3000 really cool behind-the-scenes photos! Add your production’s behind-the-scenes photos.

With a free member account, you can now monitor your movie’s update status, see a list of all the movie posters you added or manage the behind-the-scenes photographs you have uploaded to OnSet.

Now we have credits listing pages for production personnel. With your member account, you have the ability to link your personal profile information to your credits listing page for contact and promotional opportunities.

A new search tool for locating people on the site has been added as well as some other nifty sorting tools in the credits pages that will allow you to show cameras, lenses and other information right in a list. For example, you can quickly review the cameras that Robert Richardson or Matthew Libatique used on their films.

We have opened a donations page for you to help the growth and continued research at ShotOnWhat? Take a moment and send us a small 5 dollar donation.You know it is worth the contribution. Give Today!

We truly appreciate you for sharing your knowledge, updating your movies and spreading the word.