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Using a Polarizer to See through a WindshieldWhen Closer Isn’t Clearer
by Ira Tiffen
Depth of Field Techniques: Using the Panasonic DVX-100AQuick Tips for Creating a More ‘Cinematic’ Image
by Gregory Singer
Creative Collaborators: The Director and CinematographerWhat a Director Should Know About Cinematography and Selecting a DP
by Jacqueline B. Frost
Shooting and Editing Aloha New YorkCarolina Cruz Santiago Rides the Wave of Success (and Hard Work) to the Tribeca Film Festival
by Taryn Bensky
Editing is Re-editing: From Rough Cut to Picture LockIncludes ‘Six Habits of Highly Effective Editors’
by Mark Kerins
Using TransitionsThe Dissolve and the Cut
by Lew Schatzer
Working with Music for Your FilmHow music is used, types of rights, working with your composer, and more…
by Myrl Screibman
Audio Mixing Tips for EditorsFive Pointers – from Frequency Mapping to Splits
by Bryant Falk
Production Design for Dialogue RecordingHow Other Departments Can Help the Sound Dept. Improve the Quality of Recorded Dialogue
by Fred Ginsburg C.A.S. Ph. D. MBKS
Creating Make-Up Effects for The Enemy GodAchieving FX make-up believably and realistically for a feature shot in a foreign jungle
by Todd Debreceni
Shooting Abroad in TanzaniaA Remote Journey
by Carl Filoreto
Keeping Handheld Camera Shots SteadyA Shaky Horizon
by Chris Cavallari
Cinema and “Reality”: The Importance of Emotional Truth Breaking Down a Story to Its Moral Premise
by Michael Karp, SOC
Filmmakers Networking CommunityThis Month’s Featured Networkers
by Brandi J. Sims
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