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Photographer Zen Sekizawa relies on ARRI Lighting for “The Dance”
Exploring the breaking down of traditional ideals of Japanese refinement through the avant-garde dance form known as Butoh, “The Dance” compiles slow motion, still photography, and stop-motion all lit with ARRI lighting.
Published on Monday, February 18, 2019 10:00 AM
Jon Beattie, Steadicam Operator for Pharrell's, “24 Hours of Happy”
What does it take to create the world’s first 24 hour music video? A kickass crew of creatives and no time for second takes, that’s what. Pharrell’s “24 Hours of Happy” music video has been shared, watched and danced to all across the web, and the fact that it was shot in just 10 days deserves a bit of a happy dance all on its own. Catch up with Jon Beattie, Steadicam Operator of the music video and learn his trick, tips and advice on being part of such an unforgettable project.
Published on Friday, December 13, 2013 1:00 PM
What Do Your Clients Want in a Video?
In the business of video production for hire, there is often a constant back and forth between the client and the videographer throughout a project until its completion. Those conversations can be productive and positive, as both client and videographer collaborate toward a video that makes everyone happy.
Published on Monday, July 9, 2018 10:02 AM
Say "I Do" to these Pro Wedding Videography Tips
With wedding season upon us, knowing the basics of shooting a successful cinematic wedding is a must have on any production pro's registry. Learn some quick tips on your way to the chapel that might help you catch the perfect shot, right alongside the bouquet or garder!
Published on Monday, June 16, 2014 2:48 PM
Desert Island Gear: 7 Pieces of Gear You'll Wish You Had
Remember Tower Records? Tom Hanks' son Colin recently directed a great documentary about that fallen empire, nostalgic to us pre-millennial, pre-hipster music collectors who spent sinful amounts of money on actual stuff that you couldn't just download. They were called "imports"! Tower Records used to give out a free rag called "Pulse!" with a regular column titled Desert Island Discs. They weren't the only ones, but in Pulse!, the D.I.D. page was an institution.
Published on Thursday, March 10, 2016 11:00 AM
Crazy Rich Asians Is Especially Meaningful For yU+co Founder & Creative Director Garson Yu
In 1993 Garson Yu, Founder/Creative Director of the award-winning 20-year-old company yU+co, was a young designer with the then leading design studio R/GA LA working on his first title sequence design project for the film “The Joy Luck Club,” the first Hollywood film with an all Asian cast.
Published on Monday, September 24, 2018 10:00 AM
Catching Up With AGT’s Award Winning Lighting Designer, Noah Mitz
Since its creation in 2006, many different skills have been showcased on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.” While the majority of winners have been singers and musicians - acrobats, ventriloquists, mentalists, magicians, choirs, comedians, dancers, and countless other acts have also graced the AGT stage which has called Hollywood’s iconic Dolby Theatre home for the last three seasons, each supported by a specialized creative team.
Published on Monday, November 26, 2018 11:28 AM
Composer Cormac Bluestone Provides the Upbeat Score for Fox's The Cool Kids
Award-winning composer and songwriter Cormac Bluestone currently scores Fox's The Cool Kids, executive produced by Charlie Day. Cormac frequently collaborates with Charlie and is best known as the composer for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Published on Friday, June 14, 2019 10:00 AM
Tech News: iZotope's Ozone 7: A Mastering Suite Gone Wild
Ozone 7 eagerly won my attention when I started exploring this software only six months ago. I now use Ozone for both live and studio mixing. My overall impression is that Ozone 7’s simplicity, ease of use, and classy display of modules are not only impressive in the way they sound but enjoyable to steer.
Published on Friday, May 20, 2016 11:00 AM
Avoid Making These 3 Frightening Mistakes During Production
As a writer, producer, and actor, I’ve seen and experienced a few scary things over the years. As the amount of independent films, web-series, and shorts being made increases, it’s a great time to review some basic things to make your production less frightening and more professional, from producing, to acting, to being a member of the crew.
Published on Monday, October 17, 2016 11:20 AM
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