December 2018

The 2018 ProductionHUB Holiday Gift Guide

It's that time of year to put together the list of some cool holiday gifts that will put a smile on the faces of the filmmakers in your life. From new gear to must-have accessories, here are our top gift picks for this holiday season. 

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Explore New HDR Solutions from AJA

AJA HDR solutions help professionals optimize the creation and delivery of multi-format content for real-time HDR workflows. Monitor and analyzer HDR nit levels and WCG with tuned waveforms, histogram and vectorscope with HDR Image Analyzer, and rely upon the flexibility and processing power of FS-HDR v2.6 for real-time HDR/WCG conversion.

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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.

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Motorcar Parts of America Revs Up Video Production With Quantum andCatDV

The Motorcar Parts of America puts a strong emphasis on video training. Early on, MPA began creating and editing its own training content to help both professional mechanics and DIYers correctly install and maintain the company’s products.

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Full Frame Cameras: How Will They Affect Our Industry?

Large format digital cinema cameras took NAB 2018 by storm. Has the wanderlust worn off? You also have to ponder: Is this the next 3D fiasco where it was thought that if a movie didn’t have a 3D version, it was doomed to fail?

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Our Favorite Articles of 2018

The production industry has seen a lot of exciting things this year. And we've been excited to cover a wide range of production content on the blog this year. Below are some of the best blog posts, according to our readers. If you haven't, you'll want to read them! 

Why Beginner-Friendly Video Editors will be Imperative for the Creative Industry in 2019

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. 

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Beck Gets Big Budget Look for Indies with Schneider FF-Primes

Cinematographer Adam Beck is always working. In addition to lensing commercials and shooting professional ice hockey, this year alone he’s shot three indie features – Camp Twilight, Booze and Broads and Blackjack – and just finished his latest, Killer Rose. On each project, Beck chose Schneider-Kreuznach Xenon FF-Primes, to create a distinctive look.

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Introducing Shutterstock Select, Premium Footage Filmed by Industry Experts

Shutterstock announced Shutterstock Select, a premium tier of royalty-free video content. The collection of video clips includes exclusive content with everything from everyday moments to blockbuster action scenes, all captured by professionals using cinema cameras and selected by our expert curators. 

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Prep Your Video Business for the New Year

Success in any field or endeavor in life usually starts in the same place; establishing goals. As your business heads into 2019, it’s important to consider what your goals are and how you plan to achieve them.

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