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David Chandler-Gick | If you've ever been intimidated by AE, or just want to hit the ground running, Josh Fozzard's Creative Photo Montage Techniques is a must-have for your educational library.
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In this installment of our ongoing series on producing upscale wedding videos, we'll pick up where we last left off- at the reception- and give you some tips on covering the rest of the event, starting with the First Dance.
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In Part 5 of our ongoing series on producing upscale wedding videos, we move on to the reception, and give you some suggestions on how you can make this event look like the Party of the Year . . . even if it isn’t!
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Gick/Nathans | In this special edition of Continuing Education, we take an extended look at the new Complete Collection of training materials from Creative Video Productions, a landmark release in the event video space. The Collection includes Brett Culp's book, Capturing Creativity, three DVDs focusing on different aspects of CVP's approach to wedding and event videography, and two audio CDs. Each of the three instructional DVDs, starring a different member of the CVP team, provides a manifesto of sorts on a key aspect of professional videography: creativity, image, and efficiency.
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Here’s a sneak preview of EventDV’s Editor’s & Columnists picks for Best of 2005. The complete list will be revealed in the December 2005 issue.
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David Chandler-Gick | Sometimes the most important question a would-be videographer can ask when getting started in the business is whether to go into it at all. Study your market before you take the leap.
Posted 23 Sep 2005 By
David Chandler-Gick and Doug Graham | In Part 4 of our series on producing upscale wedding videos, we’ll follow up Part 3’s overview of ceremony production by exploring tips and techniques that will get you the outstanding footage and audio your upscale productions require. We’ll show you where and how to position microphones, how to communicate effectively with your camera operators, how to re-enact key moments of the ceremony to get stellar shots you might have missed, and how to do a live-switched wedding shoot.
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Posted 01 Sep 2005 / August 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 8] Issue By
David Chandler-Gick | The Wedding Videographer's Resource Series as a solid buy for any event videographer, especially if you are looking to cut down on some of your labor overhead.
Posted 26 Aug 2005 By
Welcome back to our series on producing upscale wedding videos. Here in Part 3, we’ll talk about the real heart of the matter: how to cover the ceremony itself.
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This month's topics include I Mags, optimal wedding video length, and services to add variety to your portfolio.
Posted 21 Jul 2005 / October 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 10] Issue By
When looking at the collected works and training materials of in-the-trenches, real-world event videographers, I’ve found that there are, generally speaking, two flavors of such compilations--the Vanity and the Instructional. Watson Videography’s Tutorial and Sampler Pack combines both approaches in a two-disc set. Unfortunately, for various reasons, this pack doesn’t quite hit the mark in either respect.
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Doug Graham & David Chandler-Gick | Welcome to Part 2 of our series on producing upscale wedding videos. In this segment, we'll look at the pre- and post-ceremony wedding day shots that will enhance your work and give your clients more comprehensive coverage of their special event.
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How to Shoot Yourself in the Foot (Without Really Trying)
Posted 18 Apr 2005 / September 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 9] Issue By
David Chandler-Gick | Interactive DVD training tool offers 50+ tutorials on effective use of FCP
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For this inaugural installment, we take a look at educational materials for producing wedding day edits created by Picture This Productions of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Posted 17 Jan 2005 / July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7] Issue By
Thanks to Red Giant Software, the Magic Bullet technology that applies film effects to digital video is no longer just for the big boys in Hollywood.
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Welcome to the first installment of Echoes from the Backyard. This will be a regular column for EventDV readers to answer your burning and not-so-burning questions, and at the same time allow others to benefit from the give-and-take
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