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, November 2006 Table of ContentsInterview with Law & Order Cinematographer Bill Klayer
Episode, Home Sweet; Shot on 84th St.
by Kim E. Welch
The Truth Behind the Imaging Magic
by Ira Tiffen
Revealing the Secrets of the Universe through Cinema
Insights on what makes an emotionally gripping story
by Michael Karp, S.O.C.
Director Ben Wu Discusses Shooting Docs on DVCross Your Eyes Keep Them Wide Screens at 2006 Telluride Film Festival
by Jody Michelle Solis
Filming the Issue:
Documentary Filmmakers Ellen Bruno
by Patrick Drazen
The Benefits to Production
by Mark Simon
Shooting Effective B-Roll for Dramatic Films
Continuity, Cutaway, Client, and Creativity
by George Avgerakis
Getting Good Performances…
Or At Least Avoiding Bad Ones
by Mark Kerins
Future Is Here: The Digital Intermediate Process
Revolutionizing Post Production and Influencing On Set Production to Distribution
by Myrl A. Screibman
DV & POV: The Camera as Character
Call Me Ishmael, I Am Your Camcorder
by Dana Weidman Dorrity
Special Makeup Effects and Pre-Production
There’s No Such Thing As Being Too Prepared
by Todd Debreceni
Using Firearms and Other Weapons in Student Films
Important Safety Guidelines
by Fred P. Watkins
Compressors and Limiters
Tools to Help Control the Level of Your Audio
by Bryant Falk
Job Advice for Camera Assistants
Tips for First and Second ACs
by David E. Elkins
Product Review: Sony Vegas + DVD
Could 7 Be Sony’s Lucky Number?
by Jeff Deel
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