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The Tribeca Film Festival Celebrates Its Fifth Birthday in New York City
by Lauren Simpson
Working in China
Chinese-American Cinematographer Bing Rao Tells How
by Larry Jaffee
There is No Such Thing As Video Lighting
by M. David Mullen, ASC
Lighting in Small Spaces
Some Experiences and Tips Garnered from Shooting 'Room Service'
by Kevin Zanit
Focus Assist and HDV
The Use of Focus Assist to Get the Best Image Possible
by Tony Levelle
Show Business: Adopting an Approach that Gets You to the Next Project
by Leonard Guercio
The Wraith of Cobble Hill: Student Project Wins at Sundance
by Mary Ann Skweres
Avoiding Amateur Hour
Elevating Your Production to a Higher Level
by Scott Eggleston
Shooting in New York
by Matthew Marshall
How to Feed the Crew
The Importance Of and Strategies for Feeding Your Crew
by Anthony Q. Artis
Finding Your Film Project's Hook
by Mark Steven Bosko
Putting Digital Intelligence into Focus
Real-time, Electronic Feedback on Lens Setting, Focus Distance,
Aperture, Depth-of-field and More
by Jody Michelle Solis
Fast Track to Vidcasting
Beyond the Record Button: A Vidcasting Primer
by Chris Cavallari
The Constant Lover(Poem)
by Bruce F. Kawin
High End HD Cameras Offer Creative Advantages
Pros and Cons of HD over Film
by Kim Welch
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