In our regular take on the news of the prior week, we look at editing dangerous tricks quickly, a $700 camera winner, easier 3D for AE, and more.
This week we look at just how good concept art can get, whether Grass Valley can make the move to file-based workflows, fun animation that looks real good too, whether or not V-Ray is for you, and more…
GoPro to Go Up Against Sony? Here’s the third installment of our NAB 2012 wrap up, a ‘slow news’ approach that allows us to ponder what we captured at the show and pair it with developing news later on. Sometimes a go-slow approach can deliver insight to fast paced technology news, especially when other news […]
Yes, this running of the Week in Review is late, but we had a great time these past few days prepping for our very first monthly In Person event. We want to thank David Leitner and Daine Pearson of Cinedeck for their great presentations. Look for Joe Herman’s article on the evening’s events to learn […]
Upstate Independents (UI) is a not for profit organization consisting of filmmakers, actors, screenwriters, and other media artists based in the Capital Region of New York. With over 100 members, UI is the resource for Upstate NY independent filmmakers, as well as filmmakers from Massachusetts, Vermont and Connecticut.
Veteran “digital journalist” Michael Rosenblum, NYVS’s founder and president, is the inspiration behind of this innovative approach to learning video. The school offers both pay-as-you-go instruction and Internet courses in his endeavor to turn out “Video Journalists.”