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What’s the difference between backing up content and archiving it? Does it really matter? People use the terms interchangeably at times, but there are key distinctions in how these technologies protect and preserve content that can have a big impact in media workflows, including their potential to conserve storage capacity.
The 2018 version of Cine Gear has come and gone (insert sad face) but not before the camera and gear makers released all kinds of new and exciting announcements about their products. It was (as usual) a real toss up of where to even start, but here we go with some really interesting things to talk about from the show.
From couch-surfing to sets like Walking Dead and Quantico, it takes grit. It takes determination. It takes an unwavering, fierce passion for the film industry to stay on top of producer’s minds. And, being a certified Apple Tech sure can’t hurt, either. At least according to JC Conklin, whose recent credits included Director’s Assistant on Walking Dead and Office Assistant, then Runner on ABC’s Quantico.
Colorist Samuel Gursky from New York-based post house Irving Harvey discusses his work on four different projects from SXSW 2018. By using the DaVinci Resolve Studio and a DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel for the projects’ color grading and final conform, he was able to get the job done for a variety of different projects.
The production pros at Hive Lighting are definitely not first timers when it comes to lighting things up (illuminating shows and films such as “Think Like a Man” and Nickelodeon’s “Victorious”) although it will be their first time lighting up the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The professionals at Hive Lighting have always been fans of Sundance and are great supporters of independent filmmakers. With a number of friends involved in the festival, it was only a matter of time before they would become a part of it. Lighting up interview booths at the Sundance Film Festival might be one of their main reason for attending this year, but it’s not stopping them from enjoying one of the most prestigious festivals and filmmakers from around the world.
Post|Production World returns to NAB Show Las Vegas as a hybrid training event this October. As the highly anticipated event of the year for the media and entertainment industries, many post and production professionals are eager to return to in-person training. With over 120+ training sessions to choose from, attendees could expect to learn something new this year while also taking the opportunity to reconnect with the community.
When I took delivery of the Litepanels Gemini a few weeks the first thing I noticed was how user-friendly the unit was. Maybe not such a technical consideration (more of those later). But like I have said before, there is always two parts of the review equation, one subjective and one objective. So let's get going and check it all out.
Today I’m going to tell you stuff that most people wouldn’t ever admit to publicly. If it helps one or two of you it’s worth it to me. This is a story about figuring out who you really are, and then taking steps to change things for the better.
Typically, we like to touch on the behind-the-scenes production on different movie sets, but we had the opportunity recently to touch on the other side of production — the acting. We talked to Cortney Palm, who quickly gained acclaim in the film industry with her titular role in Sushi Girl, catapulting her into other lead roles such as Daniela in Tourbillon and Zoe in the comedy-horror (with a viral trailer) Zombeavers.
There is a saying in business, I'm sure you've heard it before: location, location, location. For example, opening a restaurant with delicious food in the middle of nowhere isn’t going to to drive you to success. Success is all about finding the perfect spot.