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, July 2008 Table of ContentsEffectively Balance the Brightness of Different Scene ElementsNeutral Density Grad Filters
by Ira Tiffen
Tools and Accessories for the Camera AssistantMust-Have’s for Your Ditty Bag or AKS case
by David E. Elkins, SOC
Surgical Filmmaking: Inside the Operating Room“This entails a whole different set of camera movement issues.”
by George Avgerakis
Exclusive Interview with Daryn Okada, ASCOkada Discusses the Direction of the ASC, and Shares His Insights on the Future of Digital Acquisition, Digital versus Film, and Some Techniques in Cinematography
by Jody Michelle Solis
Lighting for Film: Keep It SimpleAnd Play with Better Tennis Players
by Michael Corbett
Seven Insider Tips on Successfully Casting Your FilmSucceed by Casting Great Actors
by John Badham
Editing Structure: Avoid Over-CuttingCross-Cutting, Parallel Editing, and Inter-Cutting
by Richard D. Pepperman
Raiders of the Lost 80sWhat’s a Filmmaker To Do after Creating an Icon?
by Scott Essman
Can Films Make a Difference?Writing Consciousness-Raising Stories
by Catherine Ann Jones
Find, Capture and Create an Endless Flow of IdeasWhere Do You Get Ideas?
by Dr. Linda Seger
Impatience: A Huge Career StopperThe Waiting is the Hardest Part
by Christopher Keane
Key Pointers for Entering Works in Student Film FestivalsGet Started Now
by David Kaminski
5 Things Sales Agents Look for in FilmsPost-Cannes Reflections
by Stacey Parks
This Month’s Featured Networkers
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