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Back Issue | Digital Edition: StudentFilmmakers Magazine, 2010, Volume 5, No. 2

Back Issue | Digital Edition: StudentFilmmakers Magazine, 2010, Volume 5, No. 2

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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, 2010, Volume 5, No. 2 Table of Contents 3D FILMMAKING 23 Things 3D CGI Does Really Well To Plan Your Story Around Reach Out and Grab Your Audience in Full 3D CGI Glory by Sherri Sheridan 3D FILMMAKING New AG-3DA1 Integrated Full HD 3D Camcorder What are the features to check for? CINEMATOGRAPHY Focus on: Close-up Lenses When you need to get up close and personal… by Ira Tiffen CLOSE-UP Exclusive Interview with Award-Winning Splice Director Vincenzo Natali Directing and Writing Techniques for Sci-Fi Creature and World Creation by Jody Michelle Solis CINEMATOGRAPHY Permanent Exhibit, Large Screens and a Vertical Challenge The Museum Shoot by Carl Filoreto DSLR FILMMAKING The Two Worlds of Still and Motion Imaging Collide Are the New Canon DSLRs the Poor Man’s RED? by Jon Firestone CLOSE-UP A Conversation with Oliver Curtis, BSC Camera Moves, Lighting, and Finding Your First Shot by Jody Michelle Solis DSLR FILMMAKING HDSLR Audio Challenges and Solutions by David Kaminski, with Eric Perez FORMATS Where Does Film Stand? “We now have to be familiar with 2K, 4K, RAW, log, linear, CCD, CMOS, LUT, and various workflow options.” by William Donaruma HD PRODUCTION A Look Back at One of the First Creative Uses of an Experimental Version of Hi Def Stay True to the Story and Get the 'Money Sequences' by Myrl A. Schreibman DIRECTING The New Paradigm A glance into visionary films and filmmakers who have paved the way for everything that is possible today. by David Worth HD PRODUCTION Tell an Authentic Story and Shoot It with Great Heart “Jitensha” Films in Tokyo with the Bare Minimum HD Tools by Dean Yamada MUSIC & SOUND The Use of SMPTE Timecode in Conjunction with Audio Recorders by Fred Ginsburg, C.A.S., Ph.D., MBKS EDITING Short Form Documentary Editing: The Map Get to the Point Fast, While Using Cultural Shorthand to Simplify the Message by Melissa Ulto MUSIC & SOUND Micro Foley Create Sounds with Very Small-Sized Tools to Get the Job Done by Bryant Falk CALL FOR ENTRIES In This Issue: DC Shorts Film Festival MOFILM's 'Make an Ad' Video Competition at Tribeca DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival The 3-Minute Film Fest in Santa Fe Environmental Defense Action Fund's Climate Video Action Week Chicago International Film Festival’s CineYouth Festival ON CAMPUS In This Issue: The International Academy of Film and Television (IAFT) PRODUCTS & SERVICES In This Issue: How Vacuum Mounting Equipment Helps You Take It to the Edge Save Time, Expand Your Abilities, and Indulge Your Creativity by David Peters mDistribute.com Tekmedia Group Movie Outline NETWORKING Randy Pugh Mark Haas Joren Winge GLOBAL MARKETPLACE