After you purchase this digital issue, you get 5 downloads. Remember to save your downloads to your hard drive and/or mobile devices. (File format: PDF) This issue includes:StudentFilmmakers Magazine, 2010, Volume 5, No. 3 Table of Contents
The Close-Up Lens with aSplit PersonalityGetting to Know the Split-Field Lens
by Ira Tiffen
Dispatch:A True Life Creative CollaborationAward Winning Editor Steven Sprung’s Feature Film Directorial Debut
by Mary Ann Skweres
First, Beg for Two CamerasThe Film Student’s Stereographic Starting Point for RED ONE Users
by Hali Gardella
by Ian Johnson
The Process Used to Make Actors into 3D CharactersKey Features for the 3D Film
by Evan Bollig , Ian Johnson, and Dr. Gordon Erlebacher
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love 3DHere are the basics of what I used to establish a 3D workflowfrom production to post to presentation.
by William Donaruma
“What!?” …And Other Bad Dialogue WritingIncludes a Before-and-After Scene Re-write
by Christopher Ball
Shooting a Sitcom in One DayHere’s How We Did It
by Scott Essman
Create Highly Stylized, 2D Animated“South Park”-Like Cartoons8 Tips and 7 Steps for Getting Started
by Sherri Sheridan
The Power of RubberbandingReduce Your Render Time, Get a Better Sound Mix, andAvoid Losing Your Audio Smoothing
by Jeff Turboff
MUSIC & SOUND
Clearing Music for Your FilmNegotiating the Rights Package; Library Music versus Original Scores
by Steven Ascher
Financing Films via the Kickstarter MethodThe Crowdfunding Approach
by Larry Jaffee
Bridge Work"Work done to pay the bills that allowsyou to the time to pursue your truepassion and creative aspirations."
by Tim Smith
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
In This Issue:Carl ZeissTiffen International SuppliesiKan
Shooting with the Canon HV20
by Tim Smith
FESTIVALS AND CONTESTS
In This Issue:3rd Annual Video SmackdownSan Francisco Independent Film FestivalBIGSTAR Online Film FestivalChampion Screenwriting Contest"Intracoastal" Trailer ContestThe Kelley Blue Book $10,000 Video Review Contest$25,000 Skinit Spotlight ChallengeNYC Filmmaker's Festival
In This Issue:IBC in AmsterdamDigital Video Expo
Luis VillalonOlivier KoosGiles TimmsWannithilake Mudiyanselage Suminda Weerasinghe
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