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How to Survive Editorial on Your Feature Documentary and Finish Strong
So, you’ve got your film on tape and you’re feeling good as well you ought. But, before you start writing that acceptance speech, know that what lays ahead—post-production—will be even more work than you have yet put in.
Published on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 10:00 AM
3 Tips for Capturing Outstanding Red Carpet Footage
Early 2014 signals the arrival of awards season. Starting with the Golden Globes on January 12, the Grammy’s on January 26, through the Academy Awards on March 2, the stars are out in full regalia, and celebrity shooters like Michael Goldberg are on hand to capture it all. Conveniently based in Beverly Hills, his company, CelebrityFootage™, has been shooting celebs on the red carpet for over 20 years. And today this ever-growing collection of historical and up to the moment clips is available for editorial coverage, royalty-free from Shutterstock .Like anything else, shooting celebrities at live events has its own quirks and criteria and no one knows the ins and outs better than Goldberg. Here are Michael Goldberg’s tips for creating the perfect shot.
Published on Monday, January 20, 2014 10:57 AM
ProductionHUB Exclusive: Significant Others Talks Invisible VFX for “Moonlight” and More
Significant Others, the creative finishing arm of UK-based creative editorial company Final Cut, is a bi-coastal collective of visual effects artists and other creatives specializing in commercial finishing. Best known for its commercial work, Significant Others also has a penchant and talent for finishing feature films, including the Academy Award-winning film “Moonlight.” We got the chance to speak with Producer Alek Rost about his experience working on the film, including what it was like to collaborate with Director Barry Jenkins and the tools his team used to give the film its unique look.
Published on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 11:00 AM
Storytellers who shaped pop culture: a Chat with Terence Winter
Mr. Winter has earned a richly deserved place in the pantheon of creative and artistic success stories, achieving many of his early Brooklyn-bred goals in his daring and groundbreaking efforts on landmark television programs. As executive producer, Mr. Winter helped change the very landscape of televised episodic drama with THE SOPRANOS, for which he also wrote 25 episodes and earned four Emmys (including one for the oft-cited favorite episode of many fans, "Pine Barrens.") Now guiding the indelible and historic HBO drama series BOARDWALK EMPIRE, Mr. Winter also recently flexed his cinematic muscles with the powerful screenplay for Martin Scorsese's THE WOLF OF WALL STREET. We are honored to have Mr. Winter join with moderator Jill Bernstein of Fast Co. for an intimate one-on-one conversation at NATPE 2014. Moderator(s): Jill Bernstein - Editorial Director, Fast Company Speaker(s): Terence Winter - Creator & Executive Producer, BOARDWALK EMPIRE, HBO
Published on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:54 PM
Creating Social Media Spots with DaVinci Resolve 15 Public Beta
We recently spoke with Director, Editor and Creative Tony Gallardo about using DaVinci Resolve 15 Public Beta on several upcoming social media spots for Copper Gel pain reliever. For the project, Tony used DaVinci Resolve 15 extensively for editing, sound design, Fusion (to add titles) and color grading/finishing.
Published on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 10:00 AM
Sound Designing and Mixing Immersive Audio for MEGAN
As recently as a couple of years ago, it was generally thought that immersive formats such as Dolby Atmos can only be used on big studio productions. Now, this is not necessarily true. Here’s a story of how a short passion project grew into a full-blown Hollywood production and how using Avid Pro Tools native support for Dolby Atmos allowed us to push the boundaries on a proof of concept.
Published on Friday, February 15, 2019 10:00 AM
The $500 Video vs the $5000 Video
Multi-Emmy winning freelance 3D/motion graphics artist, Edward Hassenfratz, E.J. for short, who has worked with clients from National Geographic to Amtrak, understands that when it comes to video...you get what you pay for. Here are a few reasons why.
Published on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 1:23 PM
Primestream Dives Inside Storage and Media Asset Management
The introduction of new technology can bring a combination of benefits and challenges for both manufacturers and customers. For instance, the shift towards digital-file based systems has sped up processes, multiplied creative options for production tools, and enabled collaborative workflows that would not have been achieved with film or tape. Even though broadcasters now have the ability to capture more media than ever before, this movement has brought new challenges to storage and asset management retrieval.
Published on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 6:55 PM
AbelCine Camera Technology Specialist Dives into the Age of Production Monitors
Production monitors are in a period of flux. As we transition from the familiar REC709 HD signal standard into an uncertain future, the idea that there is one “standard” monitor in the broadcasting/high-end video/digital cinema production space is no longer true, if it ever was. However, there are a few models that we like, use and consistently recommend to our customers at AbelCine.
Published on Friday, November 10, 2017 9:00 AM
Stock Photography: Then & Now
above image: Ernest Borgnine & Sid Avery by Ron AveryIn the 1970s, my dad, photographer Sid Avery started making fine art prints to sell at galleries. He had to dig the originals out of storage where they were collecting dust. It was the first time in decades that he had seen some of these images. It was during this process that he discovered that he only had 20% of the images he ever shot. It turns out that the magazines or clients that he worked with never returned the originals or they were stolen. He started to talk to his friends in the business and found out that they were having similar issues. No one really knew what to do with the material. Some of these photographers thought of what they did as a job. A great job but once it was over, they didn’t all see the value in the negatives. Some guys just threw away their originals not thinking that anyone would be interested or that they were worth anything.
Published on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 3:00 PM
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