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6 ways GE Lights Up Content Marketing
Everyone knows Thomas Edison and the invention of the light bulb and the creation of the company we know know as a household name, General Electric. We recognize light bulbs, appliances and their work with creating power generation technology and many other accomplishments. But have they ever been thought of as a content marketing powerhouse?
Published on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 9:00 AM
Tribeca Film Festival Lights Up NYC
The Tribeca Film Festival lit up the NYC skyline with a dazzling array of films and projects ranging from full-length features to documentaries and shorts. Then to just to add to the mix, there were unique and original works in the VR and immersive space.
Published on Monday, April 30, 2018 9:37 AM
Tribeca Film Festival 2019 Lights Up the Big Apple
This year’s edition of the star-studded Tribeca Film Festival was filled with tons of great films, storytelling events and immersive technologies. Founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff, the Tribeca Film Festival was introduced as a way to inspire and lift New Yorkers right after the tragic events of September 11th, 2001.
Published on Monday, May 13, 2019 3:09 PM
Why Nila LED Brightens Up Everyone's Day on Set
Trying to find the perfect lighting product or angle when on set can be a challenge, and making sure everything looks crisp on screen is an obvious essential. With so many lighting products out there, we had to find out why Nila LED lights are the go-to lights in our industry. We were able to catch up with industry lighting pro and President/CEO of the company, Jim Sanfilippo, who shares some pretty good reasons as to why their lights rock. Which lights do you prefer to use on set?
Published on Friday, November 15, 2013 1:10 PM
7 Steps for Lighting a Scene Effectively
We all have different approaches for how we light a scene - from what lights we use to what lenses we choose; and from where we place talent to where we place the camera. We determine the elements and variables in each location. It is because of the changing nature of our shoots that I like to ensure some consistency from shoot to shoot by following a process to approaching my lighting setups.
Published on Monday, November 7, 2016 11:50 AM
Top 5 Lifesaving Gear That Every Filmmaker Needs
Cameras, lights and mics are the backbone of every filmmaker’s arsenal, but are you sure you’ve explored all of your options? There’s plenty of new and exciting gear you have probably never heard of, despite its potential to change the world of filmmaking. We’ve picked out our 5 favorites below.
Published on Monday, March 18, 2019 10:00 AM
Exploring the Visual Playground of "Jumbo" with Cinematographer Thomas Buelens
Jumbo follows Jeanne, a shy young woman, works in an amusement park. Fascinated with carousels, she still lives at home with her mother. That's when Jeanne meets Jumbo, the park's new flagship attraction. Cinematographer Thomas Buelens discusses how the film was a fun visual playground for a DP like him, the dynamic lighting (over 160 lights) on the amusement ride, Jumbo, that brought it to life as a character. In an exclusive interview, he gives insight into his creative process, his unique behind-the-camera perspective, and more.
Published on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 10:00 AM
The RØDECaster Pro: Podcasting for Everyone
As a video producer, you know the difference between shooting a one-person interview and shooting two or more subjects. With multiple subjects, by the time you add more lights, cameras, audio gear, and background setup, you might as well be building a mini-television studio.
Published on Friday, April 5, 2019 10:00 AM
Shudder's 'A Nightmare Wakes': Reinventing Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Horror streaming platform Shudder released a bundle of films early in February, including A Nightmare Wakes, an adaptation of the novel "Frankenstein," as told through the life of Mary Shelley. We talked to cinematographer Oren Soffer and his work capturing the cinematic, yet minimalistic look that the director wanted to achieve in this period film. He worked with a team of 4 and carried only 4 lights the entire shoot, so a ton of the work relied on the use of natural light and lenses.
Published on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 10:00 AM
Anton/Bauer, Litepanels & OConnor Keep The Americans Camera Dept on the Move
The camera crew behind the hit FX TV series The Americans chose Vitec Videocom brands to support the production through its second season. The show’s cinematographer Richard Rutkowski, and camera assistants Brendan K. Russell and Rory Hanrahan, rely on Anton/Bauer batteries and chargers, Litepanels LED lights, and OConnor fluid heads and tripods for their reliability and durability during stage and location shoots, which helps keep the show on pace and on budget.
Published on Thursday, May 22, 2014 3:05 PM
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