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July 31, 2007
Not every director likes to move the camera. Some simply can’t afford it. Go back and look at Kevin Smith’s
January 26, 2007
If you’re a regular user of After Effects or you do your compositing in other programs such as Combustion, Final
September 24, 2006
Web technology may be the great equalizer when it comes to promoting an indie film, but actually delivering your video
June 21, 2006
Many low-and no-budget directors shy away from period or fantasy films for a variety of good reasons, including tough locations,
January 24, 2006
Field testing the JVC GY HD100U. Six months ago, only two modestly priced cameras meeting the HD standard were available
January 16, 2006
Writing this issue’s column, I felt a bit like Bill Murray’s neurotic character from What about Bob? Baby steps: Set
March 20, 2005
Matt Power shows off his $75 homemade camera crane, which he built five years ago. One of the best motivators
January 22, 2005
When you reach the point where you run out of room to store your jumble of lighting instruments, tripods, cables
April 1, 2004
Dana Lee stars in the title role of Matt Power’s Throg. Are you shooting a scene set in the Louvre