I don’t expect to write directly very much about hardware and other nuts & bolts technology…But I still reserve space to take notice when significant changes are afoot. This is one of those times.
Who doesn’t like free? Whether your creative effort ends up on broadcast, cable, or shows up in a local movie house, finding a new way to save on ad dollars makes sense.
Even if you don’t plan to attend HD World at the Javits today and tomorrow, you might want to swing by 645 W. 27th Street tomorrow between 10am and 5pm to see the latest in high-end camera systems and post gear.
Some of you might not think applying for professional awards is worth the bother.
If you expect to be involved in digital media production in some form or another over the next decade or so, I’d recommend getting up to speed on AR.
I think the video looks incredible, with great modeling and the true value of that fat Canon glass and full-frame sensor showing their worth.
Now moved from its first years at a West 34th Street multiplex, this annual production and post training session now feels more intimate. Besides, it just gets better each year with the quality and variety of courses made available.
Time to celebrate a pioneer: if you do production in New York or LA (or as of last August–Chicago), you know that camera rental/sales house Abel Cine Tech long ago became one of the top go-to facilities for indie productions.
“I’ve spent a lot of my career working to create a system where you can produce dailies that will be exactly what your final film print will look like, or as close to it as feasible,” says Terry Brown, Chief Technology Officer at Mega Playground.
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