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Good Idea?The DP as Camera Operator
by Thomas Ackerman, ASC
The ABCs of CoverageMaster to Coverage, Matching Coverage,and Multiple Coverage
by Peter Kiwitt
A Conversation with DP Rick Siegelabout Jeff Beck Live at the IridiumThe Stuff of Legend: Jeff Beck Honors Les Paul
by Dean Goldberg
Gleb Osatinski on Directorial Debutand "Life Changer Project,"Pisces of an Unconscious MindCollaborations with David Berman andEmmy Award-Winning Director Richard Manichello
Casting Must-Do's for Your DocumentaryHow to Choose and Select Subjects (People)
by Jonathan Moore
3D POST PRODUCTION
3D Post5 Helpful Tips When Editing 3D
by William Donaruma
Includes:5 Tips when Editing 3D
News and Documentary Shooter Checklistfor the Sit-Down Interview
by Dave Lent
3D POST PRODUCTION
Editing in Three DimensionsNiven Howie Explains His MethodologyDuring the Production of RE4
by Scott Essman
MUSIC AND SOUND
Creatively ExperimentFabian Almazan on Film ComposingWhat Goals Do You Aim to AchieveWhen Scoring and Composing for a Film?Fabian Almazan's Top 3
Make Better BlockbusterKung Fu Films8 Training Secrets for Mastering the Art
by Sherri Sheridan
MUSIC AND SOUND
So Many Choices for MusicHow Can You Tell What's Good?
by John Manchester
The Creative BreathThe moment before we start our creative work...
by Dr. Linda Seger
Pitching to Film InvestorsA Glass of Water withWilliam F. Vartorella, Ph.D., C.B.C.
by Jody Michelle Solis
Traditional 2D AnimationDown But Not Out!
by Tony White
CINEMA 4D in the ClassroomUsing C4D and a render farm made from two iMacs,students Lori Hazelton and Shane Leining, not only beatother teams at the state level, they take home gold medals.
by Meleah Maynard
Think Twice Before You Hire Your Crew as"Independent Contractors"How You Can Protect Yourself
by Kevin King
CAMERAS AND LENSES
Carl Zeiss Introduces New Mountsfor Compact Prime CP.2 LensesMFT and E mounts offer even greater flexibilityfor filmmakers and filming photographers.
Todd Prives Shares 3 Quick TipsInstantly Transform Your Footage with Sapphire Edge
HMI Lighting and Kobold HMI SystemsQ&A with John Engstrom
CAMERAS AND LENSES
Panasonic Delivers Powerful, New HD Handheld CamcordersUnveiled at NAB, Panasonic has started delivering three powerful yet highly affordable HD handheld camcorders.
indiSYSTEM's New AIRsupport Rig Systemand indiGO Jib SystemQ&A with Tim Ovel
What's New at Columbia College Hollywood?D. L. Hughley Receives Honorary Degree from CCH
FILM FESTIVAL SPOTLIGHT
La Femme Film Festival
Laurent DanisPatricia Kathryn Mooney
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