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, February 2007 Table of ContentsInsights into Lighting and Shooting HDExclusive Interview with Thomas Ackerman, ASC
by Jody Michelle Solis
Motivational ImageryUsing the Story to Get the Most Captivating Shot
by Saro Varjabedian
Using Documentary Techniques to Craft StoriesA Look into 'United 93', 'Bloody Sunday', 'The Road to Guantanamo', and Other Films
by Dana Dorrity
Shooting Effective B-Roll for DocumentariesHow to Shoot Coverage & MEM B-Roll and the Advantages
by George Avgerakis
Digital Intermediate: The Wave of the PresentA Quantum Leap in Creative Control Over the Final Look of a Film
by Steve Wright
The Creative CatalystAn Unassuming Maverick Who Quietly Reinvented Industry Standards
by Ira Tiffen
New Filmmaker Ruben Obregon on La PrimaveraTexan Filmmaker Utilizes His Experiences in the Navy to Create an Award-Winning Short
by Jake Lovell
Stereo vs. Mono Recording…And the Impact of Surround Sound
by Bryant Falk
Mounting a DV Cam to a Motorcycle… For a Low-Angle/POV Action Shot
by Brian Flees
Storyboarding: Directing ShotsTelling a Visual Story, Varying Shots, & Introducing Movement
by Mark Simon
Establishing a Meaningful Connection with Your AudienceFour Basic Ingredients to Season Your Screenplays
by Michael Karp, SOC
Post Production Workflow of Reality Series, 'Blind Date'Career Advice & Lessons Learned from Behind the Editing Room
by Daniel Gaucher
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