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, February 2007 Table of Contents Insights into Lighting and Shooting HD Exclusive Interview with Thomas Ackerman, ASC by Jody Michelle Solis Motivational Imagery Using the Story to Get the Most Captivating Shot by Saro Varjabedian Using Documentary Techniques to Craft Stories A Look into 'United 93', 'Bloody Sunday', 'The Road to Guantanamo', and Other Films by Dana Dorrity Shooting Effective B-Roll for Documentaries How to Shoot Coverage & MEM B-Roll and the Advantages by George Avgerakis Digital Intermediate: The Wave of the Present A Quantum Leap in Creative Control Over the Final Look of a Film by Steve Wright The Creative Catalyst An Unassuming Maverick Who Quietly Reinvented Industry Standards by Ira Tiffen New Filmmaker Ruben Obregon on La Primavera Texan Filmmaker Utilizes His Experiences in the Navy to Create an Award-Winning Short by Jake Lovell Stereo vs. Mono Recording …And the Impact of Surround Sound by Bryant Falk Mounting a DV Cam to a Motorcycle … For a Low-Angle/POV Action Shot by Brian Flees Storyboarding: Directing Shots Telling a Visual Story, Varying Shots, & Introducing Movement by Mark Simon Establishing a Meaningful Connection with Your Audience Four Basic Ingredients to Season Your Screenplays by Michael Karp, SOC Post Production Workflow of Reality Series, 'Blind Date' Career Advice & Lessons Learned from Behind the Editing Room by Daniel Gaucher
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