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, August 2007 Table of ContentsFrom Standard Definition to High DefinitionMaking the Transition
by Jon Firestone
Elemental Photography: Set, Camera, Shot Selection, and LightingElements to Keep in Mind when Composing an Image
by Saro Varjabedian
Getting the Time of Day From…A Filter EffectIt’s Never Too Early
by Ira Tiffen
High-Speed Photography Tips…When Preparing for a High-Speed Shoot
by Kevin Zanit
Adding ‘Kick’ To Three-Point LightingTwo More Lights You Can Add to Your Cinematography Arsenal
by Chris Cavallari
Lighting Interviews: Let’s Get Out of FocusCreating a Short Depth of Field
by Carl Filoreto
Consumer-Generated Ad Contest Lands Music Video Director His First CommercialBrian Lazzaro’s Videography Methods Contribute to a Successful Transition from MTV to National Commercial
by Larry Jaffee
Q&A with Emmy-Nominated Cinematographer Cira Felina BollaAward-winning Documentary TV Series, “Stories of the Sharp Experience: Episode 5”
by Jody Michelle Solis
Using the Full PaletteColor is an Emotional Language
by Dana Dorrity
Laying the Proper Foundation: What Medium Does the Material Tell You It Wants to Be?The Process of Making Choices in Filmmaking
by Leonard Guercio
Safety First: Working with Mechanical and Makeup FX on SetThe End Never Justifies the Means
by Myrl A. Schreibman
How to Build a Rain MakerIncludes Tips for a Successful Downpour
by Keith Dearing
Makeup Effects Set Etiquette Do’s and Don’tsIncludes 7 Tips and Tricks
by Todd Debreceni
Negotiating a Broadcast Deal for Your Film?What to Do When You’re in the ‘Land of the Low Licensing Fees for Independents’
by Stacey Parks
Sound Designing: How Should You Think About Sound? Four-Step Strategy
by Mark Kerins
Multi-Track Mixing for Location DialogueTwo-Track and Four-Track Recording, and Working with HD Video
by Fred Ginsburg C.A.S., Ph. D., MBKS
Animated AudioWhat Comes First: the Animation or the Audio?
by Bryant Falk
Filmmakers Networking CommunityThis Month’s Featured Networkers
by Taryn Bensky and Michele Wein
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