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, April 2007 Table of ContentsShooting an HD Horror Movie in 15 DaysA Look into Lens Choice, Scouting, Lighting, and More…
by Adam Biddle
Choosing Among In-Camera and In-Post Imaging OptionsWhat Can Be Done in Post vs. Capture
by Ira Tiffen
Love the Look…And Leave Your Spot Meter at Home
by Thomas Ackerman, ASC
Five Categories of Camera MovementHuman Support, Wheeled Vehicles, Levers, Wires, and Aircraft
by George Avgerakis
Employing MacGyver’s Process of Ingenuity on SetBroad Knowledge Base, Thorough Assessments, and Limitless Imagination
by Saro Varjabedian
Day and Night Interiors, and Unique Lighting Challenges in The Astronaut Farmer
by M. David Mullen, ASC
Borja Cobeaga’s Eramos Pocos Makes a Date with OscarThe Experiment and Challenge of the Short Film: Mixing Drama and Comedy
by Mary Ann Skweres
Coverage and the Master ShotThe Director’s Visual Language and ‘Chart’
by Myrl A. Screibman
Understanding Fight Choreography15 Things Every Filmmaker Shooting Action Should Know
by Jon Firestone and Mark Steven Grove
Customize Your Final Cut Pro KeyboardMapping Your Own Shortcuts
by Chris Cavallari
4/4 and a Whole Lot MoreMusic as a Foundation for Your Edits
by Daniel Gaucher
Sound Design: Expect the UnexpectedSwapping Sounds Using Everyday Items
by Bryant Falk
HD and HDV – An AddendumA Clarification of Terms and Formats
by David J. Weinberg
Working with P2 Data ManagementKeeping Abreats of Cutting-Edge Technology
by Paolo Dy
Finding Film Industry Employment After GraduationTo Succeed, You Must Network
by Michael Corbett
Pre-Sale Financing for Independent FilmsStill An Option?
by Stacey Parks
Filmmakers Networking CommunityThis Month’s Featured FilmmakersAvid/NAB Student ProgramTo Be Held at NAB, Las Vegas, April 16-19, 2007
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