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 2007 Table of Contents13 Features to Look for in a CameraHD Camera Essentials
by Jon Firestone
10 Pros and 8 Cons of Shooting HDVWhat is the Trade-Off?
by Leonard Guercio
Multiple Camera InterviewsBasic Rules You Don’t Want to Break
by Carl Filoreto
Visual Effects through Color Enhancing FiltersSeeing Red
by Ira Tiffen
How to Recreate Candle LightingSome Quick Tips
by Saro Varjabedian
Richard Crudo, ASC on ‘Being a Working Cinematographer’World-Renowned DP Shares His Experiences, Insights, and Discusses the Changing Production Climate, including Digital Technology
by Jacqueline B. Frost
James Mangold’s New Film 3:10 to Yuma - An Homage and Contemporary ClassicA look into the genre and filmography of some other Westerns to see.
by Dana Dorrity
Moving it Up: Turning Your SD Footage into HD MaterialHow to Successfully Integrate Standard Definition Footage into Your High Definition Production
by Julia Camenisch
Six Important Steps for Prepping Your MixNeed Some Guidance through the Maze of Options?
by Bryant Falk
What You Should Know About Copyright Infringement and Protecting Your WorkThree precepts: access, significant similarities, and the ordinary observer test.
by Myrl Schreibman
“Let’s Do Lunch”: 60 Minutes to Turn a Starving Filmmaker into an Investor’s DarlingSample Structure of the One-Hour Investor Lunch and ‘Presentation Cycle’
by William F. Vartorella, Ph.D., C.B.C.
Filmmakers Networking CommunityThis Month’s Featured Networkers
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