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, May 2009 Table of Contents CINEMATOGRAPHY Lighting the 'Whale Room' for an HD Multi-Camera Shoot for a Television Satellite Channel Let's keep the challenge alive! by Laurent Andrieux CINEMATOGRAPHY 3 Reasons Why to “Just Say No” to Three Point Lighting Demystify the ‘Holy Trinity’ of Lighting by Dean Goldberg BROADCAST JOURNALISM Creating Journalism in a New Way Real World… Real Time by Carl Filoreto TECH FOCUS Panasonic’s New 3D Full HD Production System With the Success of HD, What’s Next? 3D Full HD Technology. SCREENWRITING 17 Scene Reversal Ideas Keep Your Audiences Guessing by Sherri Sheridan MUSIC & SOUND Audio for Animation: Try These Tricks Creative options for getting an animation completed in less than ideal circumstances. by Bryant Falk MUSIC & SOUND Techniques for Monitoring Your Soundtrack The Right Headphones for Location Audio and How to Use Them by Fred Ginsburg, C.A.S., Ph.D., MBKS ON CAMPUS Programs, Camps, and Mentorships In This Issue: Compass Film Academy Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs Video Symphony aBetterFilm.com PRODUCTS & SERVICES In This Issue: Edgewise Media Redlock Films Footagehead.com CALL FOR ENTRIES In This Issue: Digital Age Short Film Competition Flatland Film Festival Wyoming Film Festival FilmOneFest CineYouth Festival NETWORKING Eddie Brian Semaan Donald L. Vasicek Michael Roland Williams Alan Chase Shumway GLOBAL MARKETPLACE
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