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 2008 Table of ContentsA Synchronized Light ShowCreative Music Video Lighting to Test and Refine Your Chops
by Kevin Zanit
Seeing the Light: Working with a Combination of Filters and Internal ReflectionsRemove Distracting ‘Infernal’ Reflections
by Ira Tiffen
What to Consider When Going TapelessProcedures to Take on a Tapeless Workflow
by Saro Varjabedian
What is Realistic Cinematography?
by M. David Mullen, ASC
Solutions for Your Actors’ Onset SNAFUsBest Practices for Worst-Case Scenarios
by John Badham
Independent Director’s Guerilla Field ListArm Yourself with Back-Up Resources and Ingenuity
by Roger Marsh
An Interview with Anastas Michos, ASCFrom Big-Budget Studio Films vs. Indie to Internet-Based Filmmaking
by Leonard Guercio
The Interview Process: Guide Your Subjects through to Get the Best ResponsesA Few Helpful and Often Overlooked Elements
by Matthew Marshall
RED ONE: Living Up to the Expectations?First Impressions of the Camera
by Jon Firestone
Get Your Own SFX Library Up and RecordingA Quick Start Guide
by Bryant Falk
Don’t Let Your Original Footage Run the Risk of Living in OblivionOn Creating, then Destroying, Your Original Video Media
by Bill Zarchy
Different Forms of Layoff for Stages of EditingFrom the Earliest Stages to that Final Output
by Daniel Gaucher
Will Local Productions Work for Indies?Keeping an Open Mind in Terms of Co-Productions
by Stacey Parks
Filmmakers Networking CommunityThis Month’s Featured Networkers
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