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With the popularity of live competition TV shows continuing to increase and attract bigger audiences, the production levels required to make them have never been higher. Consequently, it’s now common practice to employ a second technical director or “screens TD” along with the lighting department’s graphics server operator to create the look and feel of the extravagant LED video tile-intensive sets. For most live productions today, a “screens team” along with the LED tech is usually needed to manage the LED tiles, as many of the stages have millions of LED pixels and countless lighting rig configurations.
ProductionHUB announces its “How Not to Screw Up When You Crew Up” panel at the StarLite Film Festival Sun., March 1 at 3 p.m. at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden (160 Plant St.). Whether you work in production or need to create promotional videos for your business, learn some tips & tricks on hiring crew and vendors for your projects and making the most of your budget.
You’re a filmmaker, a band, a special effects producer, a virtual reality game designer, a vlogger or rapper and you’re looking to rent a sound stage, a green screen or a recording studio for your project. Many creative and artistic people know what they want their finished product to look like and are thinking about going to a media studio to make it perfect.
The image is now, in the digital age, the most prolific it has ever been. With the advancement in digital cameras, more and more video and photography production can be seen throughout various media, whether broadcast or the web. This is especially important. With social media now being at the forefront of advertising, a cinematographer that understands how to proficiently acquire, produce, and manipulate the image is in a highly regarded position and helps provide a certain look or style to a brand or company. They are able to elevate the production value in any project considerably with their experience and efficiency in the use of their photography arsenal.
Planning a fun outdoor photo session is a fabulous way to celebrate the arrival of summer! Here are some tips to get great shots for your blog and social media.
High speed, high impact, high expectations; the pressure was on to deliver an action-packed trailer for EA Sports’ Need For Speed Payback. RTS Award and BAFTA-winning director, Kevin Chapman, and his crew had just one day to film YouTuber, Blackpanthaa teaching British rapper Lethal Bizzle how to drift on the iconic Dunsfold Racetrack.
Crazy Duck Productions is a small video production company with a fairly large footprint. At the core of the company is Chuck Fishbein, Director of Photography and his wife and partner, Senior Producer, Sarah Fishbein. Their lineup of diverse clients includes IHeartMedia, Sony, Hersheypark and Hotels, L’Oreal and the New York Public Library, as well as several well-known fragrance designers and major pharmaceutical companies. Chuck’s New York City stock footage, represented by Getty Images, has appeared in features, commercials and documentaries, worldwide.
Growing up in Colorado sports was always a big part of my life and so was the naturally beautiful and rugged landscape. In fact some of my first memories were driving with my Dad and suddenly pulling the car over to capture an amazing sunset or the wind blowing the snow off the side of a 14k foot peak, perfectly backlit. I developed an appreciation watching for the moments where beautiful light hit the mountain or the river just right.
Location Scouting is the on-ground analysis of a location to find whether it perfectly fits your script and has feasible logistics. It requires a lot of travelling, observing and taking notes.
by John PokornyThe Canon EOS C300 is always in our carrying case for all interviews and shows we attend across the globe, and it’s great to find out how much it is used in the documentary filmmaking world as well. With so many great features and capabilities, it was perfect coming across illuminate Hollywood’s review on the cam while learning about all the bells and whistles that helped create a Toronto Film Fest project to sold out crowds.