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Halloween is right around the corner and that means it's time to get scary! It's also a good time to talk about fear and how it affects us in our work. What do you fear the most or the most insecure about when it comes to your creative field? As an artist, insecurity and second guessing your creative decisions or even talent comes with the territory.
The most unique part about Canon’s activation this year is going to be their lounge, themed “Canon Creative Studio.” It is designed to demonstrate how Canon can help filmmakers in every phase of production. There will also be a number of sponsored education sessions and panel discussions with directors and DPs including a special screening of the film Bending the Light followed by a lively Q&A with Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC, spotlighting the creative process, the craft of cinematography, and the Canon Cinema EOS lenses and cameras that help bring their stories to life (full schedule of events below).
As another year comes to a close, we’ve taken a look back at some of the major creative trends that took over the industry in 2018, which have also helped us understand where the industry is headed and given us a glimpse into which trends will reign supreme in 2019.
Evolve Digital Cinema has two simple goals - to create the best visual media within their power & to always learn, grow and continue to evolve themselves and their work. Evolve Digital Cinema / IMG is a boutique creative production agency that produces digital film, TV, HD Video, Photography and Graphic Design. With a recent Emmy win for a National Geographic video they created, and collaborating with clients such as Disney, FOX and ESPN, this agency keeps getting better and better!The New Nat Geo Explorers :45 from Evolve Digital Cinema | IMG .
By N. Halpern“Liquid Planet” is an elegantly-designed loop library for producers and composers, emphasizing ambient textures and ethnic percussion loops. The library was developed by Robert Rich, a California-based composer known for his work in ambient and minimalist music. The library is available as a subset of Sony Creative Software’s “Scoring Pack” or as a standalone library.The library is well organized, with its materials divided into seven general folders: Clean Flutes, Drones & Abstract, Ethnic Percussion, Melodic Metal, Synthetic Pulses, and Twinkles. Where applicable, each file is labeled and meta-tagged with its respective original tempo and/or key. All audio is clean and high fidelity.
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.
Redefining Beauty: Saddington Baynes Embraces New Wave of Creative Thinking in Multi-Channel Campaigns
It's no secret that beauty brands are changing the way they advertise in keeping with the latest production technologies, media platforms, corporate responsibility and efforts to portray “real women” of all body shapes, sizes and ethnicities. Gone are the days of rigorous shoots and 'airbrushed' photography. In a move away from traditional marketing, the beauty industry has embraced a new wave of creative thinking to create multi-channel campaigns – a shift in direction that has inspired Saddington Baynes.
by N. Halpern“Drums From the Big Room: The Mixes,” is a finely produced two-disc drum loop library from Sony Creative Software, performed by Steve Ferrone, a venerable session drummer (Duran Duran, Alan Parsons, Bee Gees), and member of Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers since the early 1990s. This collection is a pared-down version of the 2005 release “Drums From the Big Room,” (also still available), which provided many of these same performances, but in full multi-track versions in which, along with the “full mix” of each loop, comes separate WAV files of hi hat, kick, snare, rooms, overheads, etc. A few instances of multi-track performances are included as “bonus loops” in this collection.
reviewed by Chris Sanchez Great 70s sounds, and not just for Funk! I’ve been writing music for television shows and commercials since 1999, and in this line of work it’s invaluable to have a strong library of royalty-free loops and samples at your disposal. I’ve purchased dozens of such products over the years, and two of my all-time favorites are “Mick Fleetwood: Total Drumming” and “Drums From The Big Room: The Mixes,” both of which are published by Sony Creative Software (SCS). In terms of sonics, performances, and ergonomics, these two products have proven themselves time-and-time-again across a wide variety of genres and moods. They are also a great value. Those of you who follow my blog Preservation Sound know that I have a fondness for the sounds and studio techniques of earlier days, and when I saw that SCS had a new collection called ‘What it is! 70s Analog Funk’ I was excited to dig in.
Final Cut Pro X has come along way since it's controversial launch in 2011, but many in the filmmaking industry don't know that. Future Media Concepts (FMC) had the pleasure of speaking with Brad Olsen, the Producer of Off the Tracks-a new documentary about how Final Cut Pro X shook up the post production industry. Today there is a growing community of Final Cut Pro X editors, trainers, and plugin developers who share a common passion for making a difference in the world.