24 blog posts found matching keyword search for: Production Gaffer in Tallahassee
VER Provides Enhanced Environments & More on Marvel Studio's Black Panther
This season’s Marvel Studios mega grosser Black Panther is scoring big at the box office and with audiences. Under the guidance of DP Rachel Morrison’s Gaffer, Dan Cornwall and Lighting Programmer, Elton James, VER provided Enhanced Environments for three sets on the feature, shot at OFS and EUE/Screen Gem Studios in Atlanta.
Published on Friday, March 16, 2018 10:00 AM
Image Engine Talks 3 Tips to Help Better Manage Your Mid-Size VFX Studio
The visual effects industry is a turbulent place, but mid-sized studios can endure much like a larger global outfit or a nimble boutique if they place their focus in three core areas: technology development, specialization, and their people.
Published on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 11:45 AM
6 Step Checklist For Hiring an Out-of-town Shooter
As a video producer or production company, booking a local freelancer for your client-facing shoot is not a task to take lightly. Book the wrong person and you’ll be in quite a jam. Going through the freelance hiring process is half like giving a job interview, and half selling the crew member on the excitement of the project. So it’s certainly both an art and a science. After booking for hundreds of outside freelance crew members, I’ve assembled six key items to look for to avoid disaster and make your out-of-town production a success.
Published on Monday, October 29, 2018 12:00 PM
Landing the Role: On Set of a National PSA for Toyota & Discovery
In this business, it's important to make sure you're getting your name out there. ProductionHUB has helped play an important role in helping me do that as a cinematographer. The ability to bid on jobs has been a great feature, but even better is when a client approaches you because they’ve seen your profile and are interested in hiring you. Instead of a cold email, you’re now getting a direct lead that ProductionHUB did all the work for! Those kinds of leads are great because the client has already vetted your work and is interested in getting a quote from you. This can lead to lasting relationships with new directors, agencies, and production companies.
Published on Friday, November 9, 2018 10:00 AM
5 Employers We Love
In the spirit of Valentine’s Week, we decided to sprinkle our love onto some of the loyal companies who make our site possible: the employers who consistently hire from ProductionHUB. While there are literally hundreds that caught our eye this month, here is a quick list of those who seemed to captivate ProHUBBers from across the globe. Psst: they are still hiring (wink, wink). Apply below if you think you are a good match.
Published on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 9:01 PM
A Look at Cine Gear 2019
What better way to kick off the summer production season than with Cine Gear Expo? Held at The Studios at Paramount, Cine Gear Expo was clearly the place to be for media professionals. There were scores of new product demonstrations along with expert panel discussions, awards and special screenings.
Published on Friday, June 7, 2019 10:00 AM
How Assimilate Helped Create Highly Acclaimed Film, "Before I Disappear"
On the heels of director’s Shawn Christensen’s Oscar winning short film, “Curfew” (2012), his highly acclaimed feature film “Before I Disappear” (2014) premiered on November 28. Jerome Thelia, colorist and post-production supervisor, is a member of the talented gene pool that brought both these films to fruition. In a recent interview, Jerome discussed his role on for “Before I Disappear.”
Published on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 11:00 AM
A Conversation about 2018 and Preview of Next Year with Gary Adcock
2018 was a big year for the production industry with ever-evolving technology, new shooting techniques, tons of new cameras, lighting and more. It's always interesting to imagine what the next year has in store. We spoke to Gary Adcock about the year in review and his predictions for 2019.
Published on Tuesday, December 18, 2018 10:00 AM
4 Reasons Why Your Video Project Will Have a Minimum Cost
When looking to produce a high-quality video, some people and companies experience sticker shock at how much one will take to produce. This is largely due to the ubiquity of video: because we see it everywhere, there's a misconception that it must be cheap to produce. But like most things in life, you'll get out of it what you put into it.
Published on Friday, October 25, 2019 10:00 AM
How A Shoot for Budweiser During COVID-19 Turned into 4 Million Views
During the COVID-19 shutdown, most productions stopped or went on indefinite hold. I don't know anyone who hasn't lost work or been affected in some way due to the pandemic. Hundreds of thousands of jobs in the film industry were put at serious risk. But as things continued to drag on, content still needed to be made. It just had to change shape a bit. Spots were made using stock footage. Remote productions began to pick up. And as some states in the US began to open again, the ability to start shooting again, albeit on a smaller scale and with certain restrictions, became possible once more.
Published on Monday, June 1, 2020 10:00 AM
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