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 2008 Table of ContentsDay-for-Night: Here’s How It WorksDFN Filter FX
by Ira Tiffen
Digital Cinematography:Shoot Cinematically, Regardless of FormatContrast Control, Optics, and Color Correction
by Kevin Burke
Five Techniques for Creating a ‘Film Look’ when Shooting Video
by Anthony Q. Artis
Lighting Period War Film, Shades of HopeSeparating Worlds through Color
by Kevin Zanit
Involving your Gaffer
by Frank DiPaola
A Conversation with Cinematographer John Seale, ASCFormat and Digital Technologies
by Jacqueline B. Frost
Developing the Common Language between a Director and DPCollaboration is Key
by Adam Matalon
Bottle ShockIndependent Spirit in Full Bloom
by Mary Ann Skweres
Planning is Key to Creativity and Success Production Boards and Scheduling
by Myrl Schreibman
A Quick, Mini Guide to Running Efficient, Effortless Auditions9 To-Do’s Before the AuditionAudio for Television: Mixing the Basic “Event”Working in Reality TV
by Fred Ginsburg C.A.S., Ph.D., MBKS
The Digital Stereoscopic Renaissance Moving from the Artistic Ghettos tothe Center Spotlight of Hollywood Production
by Michael Karp, SOC
Starting Your Own e-Media BusinessUtilizing Your Already Acquired Knowledge
by George Avgerakis
Planning the Workflow of Your Next ProductionA Backwards Look at the Planning Process
by Leonard Guercio
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