Back Issue | Digital Edition: StudentFilmmakers Magazine, January 2008



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, January 2008 Table of Contents Specialty Night Shots: The Nighttime Blues Mission: Create an Eerie Look for Flashback Sequence by Carl Filoreto Q&A with Matthew Libatique, ASC: From Indies to Blockbusters and In Between Award-Winning DP Discusses Lighting for Genres, Camera Movement, Color Palette and More Interview by Jacqueline B. Frost 11 Pearls of Wisdom Garnered through Directorial Experience Eliciting Best Performances while Keeping Your Set Running Smoothly by John Badham Feature “Bone Creek” Fires Up High Def Production Challenge: New Format, New Workflow, and Achieving the ‘Film Look’ by Michael Corbett A New Narnia Adamson and Evan-Jones Collaboration Continues with Expanded Methodologies & Techniques by Scott Essman Tricks for Getting a Cleaner Audio Track Cooking With Audio by Bryant Falk 10 Best Practices for Top Notch Podcasting Getting Content Creation Savvy with the New Medium for the New Year by Chris Cavallari Deliver the Epiphany to the Audience ‘Again’ Injecting Energy into Your Cinematic Work by Michael Karp, SOC On Set Effects Supervision: A Case Study Working with Greenscreen by Mark Sawicki 7 Approaches to Financing Your Independent Film Advice on Private Investors, Tax Rebates, State Subsidies, and More by Stacey Parks Shooting from the Hip … and the Shoulder Experiences and Techniques for Operating Handheld Film and Video Cameras by Bill Zarchy Filmmakers Networking Community This Month’s Featured Networkers  

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