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Focus on… FocusHow Lens Settings Affect Filter Effects
by Ira Tiffen
Working with Fluorescent Lighting on LocationTungsten and Daylight Balanced Lighting
by Saro Varjabedian
Shooting 'Solstice' in New OrleansA Drama Set in the Bayous of Louisiana with Supernatural Elements
by M. David Mullen, ASC
Joerg Wagner Captures the Wild Ride: Bikes, Speed, and AdrenalineAward-Winning Writer/Director on Experimental Documentary, 'Motodrom'
Interview by Jody Michelle Solis
Solutions for Re-shooting a Film that Couldn't Be Fixed in PostStretching Creativity Past the Limits
by Myrl A. Schreibman
Creating a Unified Look for Your MovieIntegrating Your Shots, Scenes and Sequences into a Unique Visual Style
by Leonard Guercio
Re-creating Space for Dialogue ReplacementMatching Location Audio
by Bryant Falk
Film Is Not Dead!Super 8mm Lets Film Live On
by Chris Cavallari
Staying Legal in a Multicolor WorldSome of the issues related to color space, formats, and conversion between formats...
by Steve Holmes
The Science Behind the Camera TestUnderstanding How to Make Better Images through Research
by Michael Kent
Protecting Yourself and Your Gear in Difficult Environmental ConditionsRainy, Windy, and Dusty Locations
by Kevin Zanit
Landing an AgentHow to Get an Acting Agent; 7 Important Guidelines
by Vanessa Daniels
Quick Tips for Selling Your Film at the Cannes MarketNegotiating with Sales Agents
by Stacey Parks
Filmmakers Networking CommunityThis Month's Featured Filmmakers
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