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, 2010, Volume 5, No. 1 Table of Contents
Shedding Light onHomegrown Flare EffectsHere’s how to make your own…
by Ira Tiffen
Cinema H2OUnlocking the Hidden Beauty of theUnderwater World
by Mike Valentine, BSC
Live from New York,It’s Alexander SerpicoDefying Traditional Rules and Mores ofPost-Production Schedules
by Scott Essman
Real-time Notes fromAlexander SerpicoFilm Editing Duties
Insights into Lighting andAnamorphic 35mm Shooting
Exclusive Q&A with John Bailey, ASC
Director of Photography for“Brief Interviews with Hideous Men”
by Jody Michelle Solis
A High Fall and a Helicopter“…Two 35mm film cameras, 1 helicopter in route, and a coupleof stuntmen willing and able to leap from the roof of a 3-storybuilding.”
by Todd Grossman
A Crash Course in Rainforest Filmmaking“It’s a jungle out there.”
by William F. Vartorella
Tips for Shooting in the Rainforest
by Heidi Braudenburg
MUSIC & SOUND
Mixing Panel Techniques forLocation DialogueGet Professional Quality Sound
by Fred Ginsburg, C.A.S., Ph.D., MBKS
27 Ways to Add Humor and Funny Moments to Your ScenesTry Out These Comedy Techniques
by Sherri Sheridan
Cell Phone CinemaAn Overview
by Karl Bardosh
Motion Designers Unite:
Integrate Footage into Your Films,Videos, and Multimedia VisionPhil Bates Talks about Artbeats FootageHub
The School of Visual Arts Successfully Begins New MFA SocDoc Program and Puts Graduate Students on the Cutting EdgeDepartment Chair and Multi-Award-Winning Documentary FilmmakerMaro Chermayeff Talks About SVA’s Master of Fine Arts Program inSocial Documentary Film, Discusses Industry Trends, and SharesDocumentary Filmmaking Tips to RememberDocumentary FilmmakersSo You’ve Completed Your Documentary Film: Now What?Maro Chermayeff Answers the Question
CALL FOR ENTRIES
In This Issue:College Television Awards Presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Summer Shorts Film and Video Competition Presented by StudentFilmmakers.comOutrageous Interactions Video Contest Presented by Interactive IntelligenceRockMoto's One Tank, One Day $1,000 Challenge"The Greencrest Customer Complaint Center" Video CompetitionVampire Kiss' "Spooky House" Song Video ContestArtbeats FootageHub ContestAcer Aspire Timeline 8+ Hour Online Video ContestDigital Nomad Video ContestDatabase Security Video Smackdown
PRODUCTS, SERVICES, & EVENTS
In This Issue:Shelton CommunicationsiKeysToGo: Final Cut Pro 7Macworld in San Francisco, CANAB in Las Vegas, NV
Zulkefli Mohd ZainEdward W. Salerno Jr.Remberth "Remy" Medranda Jr.
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