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From February 6th through March 7th, Panasonic is accepting video contest entries from users of the AF100--the industry's first professional micro 4/3-inch video camcorder optimized for high-definition video recording--for the opportunity to showcase their creative work and win valuable production equipment
Breaking News - Posted 08 Feb 2012
Jan Ozer | A step-by-step tutorial on creating a basic setup for in-studio greenscreen shoot, including tips on lighting, audio, teleprompting, monitoring, camera setup, exposure, and cleanup.
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Portable 10-bit SD and HD video solution priced at $239
Breaking News - Posted 12 Jan 2012
Captures, records, and plays video images at four times the resolution of high definition television. Powered by JVC's Falconbrid large-scale integration (LSI) chip for high-speed signal processing and a 1/2-inch CMOS imager with 8.3 million active pixels, it delivers real-time 3840x2160 footage at 24p, 50p, or 60p.
Breaking News - Posted 12 Jan 2012
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Ryan Bodie's current passion, streaming live events, has established his company, Florida-based Studio 26 Productions, as the go-to live event webcast provider in his region and in some key entertainment areas, ranging from concert series in the spring to festivals in the summer and one-off arena gigs like a Chaka Khan show. Bodie estimates that his crew does roughly 80 live events per year, with maybe half of those involving music.
Feature - Posted 11 Jan 2012 By
Multi-area Mode Full HD D-movie movie recording function is capable of recording full-HD movies at 30 fps, and offers three movie recording formats for selection according to recording conditions or creative intent
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jan 2012
Field kit package includes the 21.5" LM-2140W Broadcast Monitor, a custom carrying bag with integrated hood, a VESA to Light/C-Stand Adapter, and 2 Clear Protective Screen Covers all for just $2,995.
Breaking News - Posted 02 Jan 2012
Anthony Burokas | A physically similar follow-up to the more professional AG-HMC80 AVCCAM, the Panasonic AC7P uses the more consumer AVCHD format, loses a few ports, and drops $1,200 from the price tag, making the $1,300 (MSRP) AG-AC7 the least expensive actual on-shoulder camcorder you can buy. But what do you get?
Feature - Posted 22 Dec 2011 By
Chris Randall | If you're in the market for a new laptop for your SDEs, I highly recommend the HP EliteBook 8760w workstation. It's like taking a super-fast, full-sized tower computer and cramming it all into a laptop with an amazing display. With Adobe CS 5.5, the 8760w, and its built-in NVIDIA graphics card, you'll be ready to rock the SDE world!
Feature - Posted 09 Dec 2011 By
HD HERO2 iow available at GoPro.com, specialty retailers around the world, and at Best Buy for MSRP $299.99.
Breaking News - Posted 28 Oct 2011
Features an 18-megapixel full-frame Canon CMOS sensor, Dual DIGIC 5+ Imaging Processors, 14-bit A/D data conversion, and support for 12 frames-per-second (fps) shooting; scheduled for March 2012 availability
Breaking News - Posted 18 Oct 2011
Kyle Oliver | Chris Duke's broadcast and web TV show Motorz combines the agility of a technology professional with the enthusiasm of a lifetime, self-taught car buff. The result is an automotive DIY show that can, in Duke's words, "keep how-to installations real for enthusiasts." But it does this without giving the impression that there's anything amateur about the decidedly DIY Motorz operation, and looking inside that operation provides a great lesson into what a multitalented and motivated independent producer can accomplish without a studio behind him.
Feature - Posted 05 Oct 2011 By
Niels Puttemans | At a certain point in your event filmmaking career, usually after watching a fellow filmmaker's online clip, you start dreaming of your own destination shoot. Although we at Ever After have filmed a few destination weddings before, our "dream client" turned out to be a young couple from Singapore. The couple was planning an engagement holiday through Europe and wanted an engagement film to show on their wedding day. It got better from there: We were asked to suggest the best city location in Europe for this December shoot. Although Paris gets more attention, if you're after a romantic European destination in December, there is really just one choice: Vienna, Austria.
Feature - Posted 05 Oct 2011 By
Stu Sweetow | For corporate videographers, the opportunity to develop a rapport with the head of a corporation can be an opportunity for a long-term relationship with a firm. Your confidence with supervising the filming crew will be an asset the CEO notices. Your excellent pre-production planning ensures that the process runs smoothly, the exec performs in a relaxed manner, and the video exceeds the company's expectations.
Feature - Posted 26 Sep 2011 By
Liz Merfeld | Andrew Waite runs Higher Definition Media (HDM) out of Bakersfield, and just this June launched its wedding-focused spin-off, Lovestruck Films. In addition, he is an indie filmmaker, with 3 self-produced features under his belt, and was among the first presenters announced for IN[FOCUS] 2012. Registered with the film commission, Waite often gets to crew on blockbuster films and even rent out his gear.
Feature - Posted 26 Sep 2011 By
Shawn Lam | Jensen opens his training DVD with points that reinforce my belief that I made a great decision in purchasing the FS100. He explains some of the great features that the FS100 boasts, along with the benefits for the end user. His DVD is filled with great visuals of the camera, its menu system, video shot on the FS100, and graphics to demonstrate key concepts such as a scale comparison of the Super 35 sensor to 4/3", 2/3", 1/2", and 1/3" sensors.
Feature - Posted 19 Sep 2011 By
ShootEditLearn.com co-founders Cristina Valdivieso and Jon Connor have announced a new workshop they are putting on in collaboration with Kessler Crane this fall in Austin, Texas, called Masters in Motion. The event takes place November 14-16 at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse; its 75-100 attendees will attend eight workshops in addition to shooting electives.
Feature - Posted 19 Sep 2011
Designed specifically for DSLRs with up to a 70-200mm lens and on-camera light
Breaking News - Posted 08 Sep 2011
Designed specifically for DSLRs with up to a 70-200mm lens and on-camera light
Breaking News - Posted 08 Sep 2011
Also helps organizing and preparing clips for editing
Breaking News - Posted 08 Sep 2011
TT 75/2 designed for DSLRs and HDV cameras
Breaking News - Posted 30 Aug 2011
Lists for $995; first solution with Thunderbolt connectivity
Breaking News - Posted 30 Aug 2011
Shawn Lam | The Atomos Ninja has allowed me to improve my acquisition and delivery video quality using the same video camera I've been using. The best part is that the cost to upgrade my recording is relatively low compared to the cost of a new video camera, and it exceeds the recording quality of AVCHD, the codec that has replaced HDV. I'm also not a big fan of having to media-wrangle-that is, to change and dump cards while on-site-and having a 500GB hard drive means I can record 11 hours in LT, 7.5 hours in 422, or 5 hours in HQ before I need to switch to a second hard drive.
Feature - Posted 26 Aug 2011 By
John Goolsby | If you've heard about the Sony NEX-FS100, you've probably heard it described as one of two things: a game changer or an expensive DSLR. Which is it? Neither. Sony calls this new model a "motion picture camcorder." I'll bet the company spent a lot of time trying to decide how to name this new piece of equipment, and I think it made a good call. The FS100 does not take stills, and it is not really designed for event filmmakers, but with a few minor modifications, it does a fabulous job.
Feature - Posted 26 Aug 2011 By
Offload any digital media card including Panasonic P2, Alexa, AVCHD, Sony SxS, JVC ProHD, RED ONE, Canon 5D/7D or AVCHD, Compact Flash, SDHC cards, and others
Breaking News - Posted 05 Jul 2011
EventDV-TV - Posted 22 Jun 2011 By
Full HD AG-AC7PJ records to SDHC/SDXC media, comes complete with a large grip and zoom lever, as well as a wide-diameter, manual focus ring for smooth, precise operation
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jun 2011
Luisa Winters, Jan Ozer, and Shawn Lam | New Shawn Lam tutorial added: Author & Deliver in Multiple Formats with a Single Encore CS5.5 Workflow. Also featured: Jan Ozer on Roundtrip Pro Audio Editing, Luisa Winters on the new Merge Clips feature in Premiere Pro CS5.5, Jan Ozer on new capabilities of Adobe Media Encoder CS5.5, Luisa Winters on using Photoshop's Content Aware Fill with After Effects, Shawn Lam on Image Stabilization Using Adobe After Effects' new Warp Stabilizer.
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Records 1920x1080 HD footage in 1080p and 1080i at 25 Mbps or 35 Mbps. JVC's native file recording technology allows recording in ready-to-edit file formats for Apple Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere (.MOV), as well as other major NLE systems (.MP4), to non-proprietary SDHC cards
Breaking News - Posted 15 Jun 2011
Marc Franklin | The best products of NAB 2011 for event videographers/filmmakers in two categories: production and postproduction.
Features - Posted 10 Jun 2011 By
Anthony Burokas | Canon's second MXF camcorder, the XF100/105 shrinks the size but keeps most of the features of its big brother, the XF300/305. With the ability to customize the colorimetry of most any camcorder these days, what else does the XF100/105 bring to the production table? Well, 50 Mbps 4:2:2 recording, good audio control and plenty of ways to directly access the most used features while you are shooting. Does the XF100 strike a good balance between "big features" and a "small camcorder?" Let's find out.
Feature - Posted 31 May 2011 By
New rig brings together Switronix Powerbase-70 PRO V-Mount battery and Zacuto Zwiss Plate
Breaking News - Posted 31 May 2011
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Recently, I had the strange and wonderful privilege of watching a contemporary home birth film that is not explicitly about advocating home birth or dramatizing childbirth, although in its own way, it achieves both. Produced by two Central Florida studios, Kat Small's Cinema Chic Films and the Nielsens Photography & Design, Born at Home is an intimate and inspiring family film.
Feature - Posted 25 May 2011 By
Following closely on the heels of EventDV announcement, EventDVLive announces its own Winners' Circle, highlight the best of NAB for video producers focusing on live production and live delivery
Feature - Posted 16 May 2011
EventDV, The Authority for Event Videographers, has done its sixth annual evaluation of the best and most relevant NAB releases for the event video market. Chosen each year by contributing editor and leading L.A.-area videographer and filmmaker Marc Franklin, the awards recognize products in two categories: production gear (including cameras, camera support, lighting, and so on), and postproduction solutions (including NLEs, plug-ins, and the like).
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2011
Jason Magbanua | For a lot of people, producing a same-day edit at a wedding reception is a regular thing, and it's something that is second nature after years of repetition. But for others, who find just shooting a wedding to be stressful enough, producing a polished edit to show to a live audience that same evening seems like an impossible task. Here, international wedding filmmaking sensation Jason Magbanua breaks down the same-day edit production process that's helped to make him "the new national artist" of the Philippines.
Feature - Posted 04 May 2011 By
Niels Puttemans | Though you can occasionally fix issues with subpar audio in post, nothing beats getting it right the first time. Because the DSLR cameras that have transformed our work visually seem to have ignored the vital importance of audio in filmmaking, here are some ideas on how to make sure you capture sound that is as crisp as your imagery.
Feature - Posted 04 May 2011 By
Shawn Lam | What happens when you deliver your event live? This is nothing new for live TV broadcasters, but more and more event video producers are being asked to perform their postproduction activities in real-time—that is, live as the event is occurring.
Feature - Posted 01 May 2011 By
Shawn Lam | Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium, launched today at NAB, delivers improvements in speed, postproduction fixes, and real-time creative effects. Not only will the speed improve turnaround times, it will also provide editors with the luxury of experimenting, which is an important part of the creative process.
Feature - Posted 11 Apr 2011 By
New Firmware Enables 3D HD Video Capture Assist and a Host of New Features
Breaking News - Posted 07 Apr 2011
Randy Panado | collaboration becomes a bigger part of our industry and more of us are booking weddings outside of our own local markets, either because of the nature of our online marketing, our need to book weddings in a higher price range than our market will allow, or both, traveling to gigs becomes an ever-bigger part of our businesses—even for those of us who don't live on relatively small islands. Hawaiian filmmaker Randy Panado's own reliance on remote gigs has caused him to create a "kit" that is very efficient in terms of incorporating everything he needs to produce solid work and, at the same time, being light enough for travel.
Feature - Posted 03 Apr 2011 By
Frances | Qualified artisans are going to be called upon to provide both still and video work, because fusion equipment has changed public perception and buying habits. In general, wedding and event industry providers have traditionally been slower to change, as are all vendors in this arena. But I'll admit total surprise at a recent party planners awards presentation where not one single winning event was served by fusion imagers. What are they thinking? Without fusion capability, your potential client pool is shrinking and will continue to shrink over the next few years. No market analyst I've interviewed says otherwise.
Feature - Posted 31 Mar 2011 By
Patrick Moreau, Kevin Shaw, and Brian Lockhart | Over the past year, Patrick Moreau and his stillmotion crew have been working on the Emmy-nominated NFL Network program The NFL Season: A Biography, Presented by SAP. The producers of the show hired stillmotion entirely based on seeing their wedding films. In this three-part article (all in this issue), Moreau, NFL Network coordinating producer Brian Lockhart, and producer and director Kevin Shaw offer their own takes on the story behind The NFL Season and the lessons to be learned from how it all came about and how it all played out on and off the field.
Feature - Posted 31 Mar 2011 By
Chris Randall | Most wedding cinematographers have come to realize the value of producing same-day edits (SDEs) for their wedding clients. It's a wonderful opportunity to show off our shooting, editing, and storytelling talents and a rare opportunity where we're actually paid to put our work in front of a room full of new clients, simply by carving out some time in the day to do what we do best. But there's one part of it that has little or nothing to do with our signature skills: presentation. In this article, we will explore what is required to cut out the third-party AV crew intermediary and use and implement your own AV gear for your SDEs. Chris Randall
Feature - Posted 28 Mar 2011 By
New Multiformat, Camera-Mountable DVR Streamlines Production Workflows and Eliminates Transcoding by Supporting High-Quality NLE Formats Such as ProRes
Breaking News - Posted 24 Mar 2011
New NXCAM Super 35mm Sensor Camcorder and "Rain and Dust Proof" Compact Camcorder Deliver Unprecedented Capabilities for Professionals
Breaking News - Posted 23 Mar 2011
Hands-on, comprehensive workshop from Pre-to-Post in the ongoing trend of DSLR filmmaking
Breaking News - Posted 21 Mar 2011
Appearing for the first time will be a new workshop series called "Deconstructing the Story: Light, Sound, Motion & EOS HD," aimed at professional videographers and transitioning still photographers, and led by instructors from the industry-leading stillmotion team
Breaking News - Posted 16 Mar 2011
World-renowned photo, video and pro audio reseller adds PluralEyes, DualEyes, and Singular Software Presto to its exclusive line of leading industry products
Breaking News - Posted 10 Mar 2011
QuickTime plug-in that eliminates the need to convert AVCHD files to ProRES422 files before editing in Final Cut Pro
Breaking News - Posted 09 Mar 2011
Jan Ozer | Whenever I shoot a live performance, I have an internal debate about which functions to perform manually and which to let the camera perform. Obviously, the panning and zooming is my job; the question is whether I also take on focus and/or exposure. I shot my fifth Nutcracker season just before Christmas, which adds up to about 20 shows total, and I actually reached some clarity on this debate.
Feature - Posted 07 Mar 2011 By
All New Design is Thinner, Lighter & Faster with FaceTime, Smart Covers & 10 Hour Battery
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2011
Welcome to the 2010 EventDV 25 Awards Show, presenting the 25 hottest and most influential event filmmaking studios in the world as elected by the readers of EventDV Magazine and EventDV.net. Your new all-star team will be presented here over the course of 5 days--February 28-March 4, 2011. Watch the shows in the video windows for the awards presentation, including samples of the all-stars' finest work. (Video players will fill in as the shows go live at 9am CST on successive days this week.)
Feature - Posted 28 Feb 2011 By
POSH 2011, a retreat for the female filmmaker, will take place November 6-9 in Cancun, Mexico
Breaking News - Posted 22 Feb 2011
Niels Puttemans | For Ever After Video Productions, the Panasonic Lumix GH2 has redefined the possibilities of DSLR shoots. The solved aliasing and moiré issues, audio monitoring, zebras, no recording limits, improved low-light shooting, 1:1 crop function ... these are all reasons why we bought a second GH2 after one shoot with our first.
Feature - Posted 14 Feb 2011 By
DSLR Encounter scheduled for March 2, limited to 10 attendees
Breaking News - Posted 04 Feb 2011
New HD/SD Compact Shoulder-Mount Model Offers Simultaneous Recording to Two SDHC Cards, Optional ASI Module for Live ENG Microwave Broadcasts
Breaking News - Posted 31 Jan 2011
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | How will the Panasonic AG-AF100, the first pro camcorder with a 4/3 imager, impact event filmmakers?
Feature - Posted 28 Jan 2011 By
Advanced, Custom-Designed 4/3" Sensor Delivers Depth of Field and Field of View Similar to a 35mm Movie Camera; Camcorder Uses Low-Cost Still Camera and Film-Style Lenses
Breaking News - Posted 28 Dec 2010
Chrosziel has a prepared its 3DA1Kit (456-203DA1KIT) for the new S3D Camcorder Panasonic AG-3DA1 consisting of a LightWeight Support (401-415) with 15mm rods, the MatteBox 456 Academy Double and the Retaining Ring (410-65) shaped to tightly fit the camera's twin lens
Breaking News - Posted 19 Dec 2010
Liz Merfeld | There's a wave of raw, demolike one-take music videos with an unmistakable live feel sweeping the web, and some savvy event filmmakers have thrown their hats into thering. Here we look behind the scenes of Bill Grant's boneshow and Jet Kaiser's One Take Shows, and get their spin on this new, viral field-recording phenomenon.
Feature - Posted 13 Dec 2010 By
Kara Stellner | Although Unique University marked Adam Forgione's first foray into back-to-back all-day marathon workshops, it was also something of a warmup gig for Pennylane Productions, who will be taking Forgione's show on the road in early 2011, with workshops in 12 cities planned. This article should give you a good idea of what you can expect to see, hear, and learn if the Pennylane EDU 2011 tour rolls into your town.
Feature - Posted 08 Dec 2010 By
Scott Strimple | New "crossover" educational event bringing filmmakers and photographers together April 10-12, 2011 in Norfolk, Va.
Feature - Posted 08 Dec 2010 By
Until January 31, Footage Firm is giving away its 11-DVD set of 150 ultra-slow-motion clips (normally $2,739). These are full-quality collections and all come with a royalty-free license that grants usage in all types of media, for worldwide distribution, in perpetuity.
Breaking News - Posted 08 Dec 2010
EventDV 25 all-star and 2010 multi-WEVA CEA winner Adam Forgione announces first 6 dates and for 2011 workshops in Philadelphia and Boston
Breaking News - Posted 08 Dec 2010
Matrox Video Products Group today announced the immediate availability of release 2.1 software for the Matrox MXO2 family of I/O devices for Mac. Key features of this release include Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium support and a powerful new stand-alone software application, Matrox Vetura Captur
Breaking News - Posted 01 Dec 2010
Canon Filmmakers Live takes to the road in March 2011 with iconic DP/Director/Filmmaker Philip Bloom, hitting 12 cities in 30 days
Breaking News - Posted 01 Dec 2010
Mark & Trisha Von Lanken | Working with DSLR footage creates new challenges in post, from ingest to format support issues to audio sync, and it takes a skilled editor and powerful, versatile editing system to create a masterpiece from even the most stellar DSLR footage. Here's a look at how the Von Lankens have adapted their short-form edit workflow to work DSLR imagery into the mix.
Feature - Posted 30 Nov 2010 By
Anthony Burokas | Maxell's iVDR on-camera, modular hard drive-based storage system gives you the long record time of hard drives but with removable media packs, so you can swap them out and keep the camera crews shooting. The media packs are ruggedized with internal isolation. Maxell touts operating shock tolerance of 350 Gs—something generally only possible with flash media. Plus, with the iVDR-X adapter, you get faster access to your footage than the FW 400-based FireStore or a USB 2.0 connection to anything.
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2010 By
Shawn Lam | Here we test 2 on-camera LEDs from LCD4Video and 2 from Litepanels, including design, features, and throw-pattern comparisons.
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2010 By
EventDV 25 all-star Adam Forgione of Pennylane Productions in association with Unique Photo in New Jersey will be giving two amazing workshops. The first 20 attendees to sign up for each workshop will receive a free gift card to Unique Photo.
Breaking News - Posted 11 Nov 2010
Mark Von Lanken | There are literally dozens of DSLR support devices on the market,. The challenge for all of us is to decide which support device will best fit our needs. My goal is not to steer you toward one particular model or to tell you which one I prefer, but rather to explore three different models—covering both the good and the bad—and give you better insight into each model.
Feature - Posted 09 Nov 2010 By
Major new update for its Mini Converter UpDownCross and Mini Converter HDMI to SDI
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2010
Popular Digital Juice Gear Line Now Includes Gear Protection and Transport
Breaking News - Posted 03 Nov 2010
Marc Franklin | An up-close look at the AG-AF100 at DV Expo 2010
Feature - Posted 02 Nov 2010 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | If The Promise teaches us anything, it's that the one thing you can't sacrifice is authority over your own work, regardless of how circumstances—financial or otherwise—conspire against you.
Feature - Posted 01 Nov 2010 By
Marc Franklin | The latest edition of Avid's flagship desktop system, Media Composer 5 (MC5) is said to be the company's answer for people who said they went to FCP or Adobe Premiere Pro because "Avid didn't listen." Let's take a look.
Feature - Posted 01 Nov 2010 By
Greg Lam | We've all seen the dazzling work of our peers who have taken the DSLR plunge, and thus have a good idea of what migrating to DSLR can do for our films and our businesses. But we also know tat DSLR cameras are fundamentally different animals from their video-camera counterparts. What can we expect when we make the transition, and what do we need to know about the new skills we'll need to learn and other gear we'll need to acquire to make DSLRs work in our video workflow?
Feature - Posted 01 Nov 2010 By
On display in the Canon booth will be the company's full line of EOS DSLR cameras and lenses, VIXIA HD camcorders, imagePROGRAF large format printers, PIXMA inkjet printers, PowerShot digital compact cameras, and REALiS high-definition projectors
Breaking News - Posted 29 Oct 2010
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Does 3D have a place in wedding filmmaking's future, or is that notion just the stuff of science fiction? We spoke with one of 3D's earliest adopters in the wedding world, Abraham Joffe of Sydney, Australia. A few months back, Joffe produced and delivered a 3D wedding film—Australia's first, but already not its last—and lived to tell the tale.
Feature - Posted 29 Oct 2010 By
Exhibition showcases the newest HD technology in an informal setting that allows professionals to get hands-on experience with the latest groundbreaking gear while conversing with colleagues and industry decision-makers
Breaking News - Posted 27 Oct 2010
DSLR editing Quicktime plug-in for use with Final Cut Pro 6 or 7
Breaking News - Posted 19 Oct 2010
Jan Ozer | So there I was, struggling for an idea for a column, and Steve Nathans-Kelly mentioned that there was growing interest in distributing HD event videos to clients over the internet. Fortunately, this dovetailed well with some research that I recently performed, so here we are. If you're considering distributing some or all of your wedding or event-related content over the internet in HD, you need to ask yourself at least four questions.
Feature - Posted 13 Oct 2010 By
Designed to safeguard a video-enabled DSLR camera and important accessories while on the go and keep them well organized on location
Breaking News - Posted 11 Oct 2010
Liz Merfeld | As experts and studio principals, have you ever considered enlisting a studio-owning peer to assist you on a shoot, instead of a freelancer? Your peers offer a wealth of technical and business acumen—not to mention talent—that can translate into a worry-free workflow and a brilliantly polished product. What's more, if recruited to help on a colleague's project, you stand to gain perspective in the humbling role of second or third shooter on a colleague's gig. Isn't it about time you stopped flying solo every weekend and got into the collaboration game?
Feature - Posted 01 Oct 2010 By
Anthony Burokas | Canon continues to twist and turn out new ideas in the ever-changing professional camcorder marketplace. The latest is their MXF-based XF-series camcorders. These innovative camcorders offer 4:2:2 colorspace, a generous 50 Mbps data rate, and the Material eXchange Fomat for direct interoperability with today's nonlinear systems. Are they a revolution, an evolution, or something else entirely? I test the XF300 to find out.
Feature - Posted 29 Sep 2010 By
PMW-500 2/3-inch shoulder Camcorder Combines Benefits of XDCAM Optical Disc Performance with Solid-state Memory Workflow
Breaking News - Posted 24 Sep 2010
Features a new 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor with low-light ability never before seen in a DX-format (APS-C) camera
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2010
New Version of Award-Winning NLE Offers Flexible Tools and Updates Including New Features that Simplify 3D Content Creation and Delivery
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2010
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | EventDV's official recap of WEVA's historic 20th annual Wedding & Event Video Expo
Feature - Posted 03 Sep 2010 By
Both Models Feature MPEG-2 4:2:2 50Mbps Recording, Built-In 3-D and Infrared Shooting Options
Breaking News - Posted 31 Aug 2010
The EledZ integral LED light, designed for use with the popular Anton/Bauer ElipZ 10K battery, are the perfect LED light for today's smaller handheld cameras
Breaking News - Posted 31 Aug 2010
The Gold Mount and ElipZ Solutions Meet Growing Demands of DSLR Cinematography
Breaking News - Posted 25 Aug 2010
EventDV 25 all-star and WEVA CEA Gold winner Philip "Frogman" Hinkle reports directly from WEVA Expo 2010, the event filmmaking industry's largest convention and trade show, held August 23-26 in Orlando, Florida. Stay tuned for all three episodes of Hinkle's show, which will appear over the next week on EventDV-TV.
Feature - Posted 25 Aug 2010
New "Locking" Feature is Included in The EOS 7D Studio Version For Administrative Control Over Camera Functionality
Breaking News - Posted 16 Aug 2010
Professional video processor and converter to edit friendly formats
Breaking News - Posted 12 Aug 2010
Anthony Burokas | Thus far, the need for external devices to record HD footage has primarily been served by Focus Enhancements' FireStore line. However, there has been growth in the segment recently and Datavideo has entered the fray with a unique design and price point under $500. Does the Datavideo DN-60 Solid Stare CF Card Recorder give the more expensive recorders a run for their money? Let's find out.
Feature - Posted 10 Aug 2010 By
Provides real-time editing without transcoding for video DSLRs in Vegas Pro 9 as well as Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 10. It works perfectly for the Canon 5d MkII, Canon 7d, Rebel T2i/550d and Rebel T1i/500d
Breaking News - Posted 06 Aug 2010
Incorporates infinitely adjustable, genuine Perfect Balance and LF drag technology—functionality previously only available with the Vision 3AS and above
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jul 2010
NEX-VG10 equipped with the same Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor used in the "NEX-5" and "NEX-3" digital cameras and compatible with the high grade "E-mount" series of smaller, lighter lenses optimized for video shooting with silent operation and AF
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jul 2010
Ben Balser | How I shot, edited, and exported a short film from my iPhone 4 and why I think this is a glimpse into the future of video production, consumer to videographer to broadcast.
Feature - Posted 12 Jul 2010 By
David Himot | If you're looking for an inexpensive way to create stunning time lapses, the Pclix LT is a great product. The fact that it can be programmed to trigger most cameras and can change intervals on-the-fly makes it a great tool. Lastly, the simplicity of using it right out of the box will make the world of time-lapse photography literally a few turns of the dials away for DSLR event filmmakers everywhere.
Feature - Posted 07 Jul 2010 By
Anthony Burokas | Sonnet has crafted a beautiful solution for rapid footage offload that gives your laptop far more connectivity, power, and capability than ever before. The system is solid, and in pure professional parlance, it does what it says it can do. The Qio is, without a doubt in my mind, the most useful professional video production accessory for a laptop-enabled tapeless live production workflow that you can get.
Feature - Posted 06 Jul 2010 By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | After introducing themselves to the crowd at Re:Frame Austin, Society Hill Studios' Cristina Valdivieso and Jon Connor, along with partner Amy Reese now seem to pop up everywhere with the industry's inner circle. But how did these Young Turks manage to crash this party, seemingly overnight, and set themselves on the road to becoming one of the go-to studios in Philadelphia for couples wanting a high-end, artistic wedding film? (Read on for more info about their upcoming event, CANON FILMMAKERS LIVE!)
Feature - Posted 01 Jul 2010 By
Chris Watson | If you're one of the thousands of videographers who are currently or have recently upgraded to a DSLR such as the Canon 5D Mark II, EOS 7D, or Rebel T2i for video, you've likely experienced the sticker shock of how much money you'll need to invest in lenses. The conventional wisdom is that there are two ways forward when it comes to lens purchasing: One way is to invest in the fastest glass you can find and write it off as the cost of doing business. The other way is to buy slower glass at a lower cost. We'll look at the pros and cons of each.
Feature - Posted 01 Jul 2010 By
Ben Balser | This month we'll look at the workflow for ingesting and editing Canon DSLR footage in Final Cut Studio, since Canon has a released an FCP plug-in for the Log & transfer window. But there's more than one way to go about ingesting this footage into FCP in a format that lends itself to fast, easy editing.
Feature - Posted 30 Jun 2010 By
Sara Frances | Close-up (CU) shooting is definitely where it's at if you want impact in your films. Here's a look at the lenses that will help maximize that impact.
Feature - Posted 29 Jun 2010 By
Expanded Support for Tapeless Digital Formats, New Support for Adobe After Effects CS5
Breaking News - Posted 18 Jun 2010
Beta for award-winning standalone application now available for download; innovative technology fosters smooth audio replacement for DSLR and other video
Breaking News - Posted 16 Jun 2010
A New Choice for HD Monitoring at $449
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jun 2010
Philip Hinkle | All the news that's fit to post from the Illinois Videographers Association's Midwest Expo 2010, featuring industry luminaries Matt Davis, Adam Forgione, Keith Anderson, and Ray Roman
Feature - Posted 09 Jun 2010 By
Popular Products Including Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum, ACID Music Studio, and Sound Forge Audio Studio Offer Consumers New Solutions for Creating and Producing Digital Content
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jun 2010
Sara Frances | The darlings of my photo bag are my medium telephoto lenses, which can generally be considered the range from 75mm to about 135mm. I love them simply because they make everyone look good and in proportion.
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Stephen Nathans-Kelly | A few scattered thoughts on the 2010 National Association of Broadcasters show
The Nonlinear Editor - Posted 02 Jun 2010 By
Mark Von Lanken | Owning your own business has many rewards, but at the same time, it comes with frustrations. Don't let your NLE add to your stress and frustration levels. Find an editor and assemble a system that makes your editing process smooth and manageable, no matter what acquisition codec you use. Now that I shoot AVCHD and DSLR footage—which means I'm always working with codecs not designed for editing, and which is about as demanding as it gets in the wedding filmmaking world—EDIUS 5.5 is the answer for me.
Feature - Posted 01 Jun 2010 By
Marc Franklin | Every year the NAB show teems with new product announcements and trends, and it often marks the real-world debut of tantalizing new gear that was under glass a year ago. Some of what you see is too premature for primetime, some new developments look a little misguided, and others are simply mismatched with the event filmmaking world. Here's a look at what's ready, what's real, and what's most relevant to us among the most exciting products that are making their way to market following this year's show.
Features - Posted 01 Jun 2010 By
5-time EventDV 25 all-stars Mark and Trisha Von Lanken to present 2 days of intensive wedding filmmaking training in Twin Cities
Breaking News - Posted 31 May 2010
Standard Canon 7D permanently retrofitted with a one-piece lens/sensor/base mounting element made of rock-solid steel
Breaking News - Posted 10 May 2010
Mark and Trisha Von Lanken | In Episode 5of their popular EventDV-TV series, 5-time EventDV 25 honorees and WEVA Hall of Famers Mark and Trisha Von Lanken explore the advantages of sliders in general and the DP Slider in particular for event filmmakers. To watch this episode and the entire Von Real series (plus other clips by the Von Lankens), click through to this page.
Feature - Posted 10 May 2010 By ,
Versatile accessory management system designed to complement SLR, video-capable DSLR and compact HD video cameras
Amen Corner - Posted 07 May 2010
Sara Frances | When we're shooting at traditional events, presentations, or even just shooting on the street, the lowly normal-angle lens tells the story like it is. It's just right for an astonishing percentage of situations. The normal-angle lens reproduces the same relationship, proportion, and size of the objects that the eye sees. I can't imagine ever going out without a 50MM in my kit.
Feature - Posted 04 May 2010 By
The awards recognize the top new products for event videographers and filmmakers introduced at NAB in four categories: cameras, production gear, and postproduction solutions
Feature - Posted 03 May 2010
Philip Hinkle | The Steddiepod is designed to be used as a monopod, a tripod, and even a flying stabilizer. Can it be all those at the same time and do those functions effectively? Well, being a shooter who's always searching for the best and most cost-effective stabilizer to perform all these tasks without adding too much extra gear or breaking my budget, I thought it would be worth checking out; read on and watch the clip that accompanies the article to see how it performed.
Feature - Posted 28 Apr 2010 By
Roving reporter Shawn Lam reports from NAB in Las Vegas in this three-part EventDV-TV series
Feature - Posted 14 Apr 2010 By
At NAB 2010, proDAD announces opening of new stateside office in California and new version of Mercalli stabilization software with Mac support and rolling shutter feature
Breaking News - Posted 13 Apr 2010
ree Update For Current Vegas Pro 9 Software Users Provides Closed Captioning Tools, Multi-layer PSD Support and Timeline Burning to DVD
Breaking News - Posted 13 Apr 2010
Ideal for any live event or installation that requires a high channel count and the ability to accept a variety of video input formats out of the box
Breaking News - Posted 12 Apr 2010
Jan Ozer | Video technology and postproduction expert Jan Ozer examines Adobe's new CS5 integrated suite from a variety of angles, including new features and interfaces, a run-down of theadvantages of the new Mercury engine, performance comparisons between CS4 and CS5, and configuration suggestions for video pros working with the new suite.
Feature - Posted 12 Apr 2010 By
Both Models Utilize an MPEG-2 4:2:2 50Mbps Codec for Exceptional High Definition Image Quality, Full NLE Compatibility and an Efficient, Robust Workflow
Breaking News - Posted 07 Apr 2010
Alan Naumann | One expression I grew up with was "big things often come in small packages." Cameras such as the Flip and the Kodak Zi8 also demonstrate that, because of today's technology, great video can be captured in very small (and inexpensive) cameras.
Cradle to Grave - Posted 07 Apr 2010 By
David McKnight | McKnight Video shot AVCHD footage with the Panasonic AG-HMC150 all over the Rick Springfield & Friends Cruise, ingested it and edited in in Vegas, and lived to tell the tale. Do the advantages of AVCHD production outweigh the postproduction challenges? The point is probably moot.
Feature - Posted 06 Apr 2010 By
Philip Hinkle | As he's hit the speaking circuit in recent months, 2009 EventDV 25 honoree Ray Roman has maintained steadfastly that most of the stunning shots that elevate his wedding work are achieved through basic, solid shooting and composition along with a quiet command presence on site. But 2008 all-star Philip Hinkle wanted to see for himself, so he followed Ray and his wife and partner, Jessica, on a recent shoot to find out how Ray Roman Films gets the job done.
Feature - Posted 06 Apr 2010 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | So what is City of Lakes, and why all the hype and excitement surrounding a wedding film that no one had even seen when this article went live? To find out, read the article and check out the WORLD PREMIERE, Wednesday, April 14, Brenden Theater, Palms, Las Vegas. (Details in the article.)
Feature - Posted 06 Apr 2010 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | After realizing that the recession-era summer of 2009 was the rare wedding season when business was slow enough to allow him the flexibility to do pro bono work—Fowler took the job as behind-the-scenes videographer for ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition when it came to his hometown. And he was glad he did because, for all its TV trappings, this was a great project—and a great community project at that.
Feature - Posted 06 Apr 2010 By
Mark Von Lanken | At a street price of $1,850-$1,995, how does the Panasonic HMC40 match up with the HMC150--my primary camera--which has a street price of $3,250?
Feature - Posted 02 Apr 2010 By
New XP-DSLR-12C allows users to power the Canon 1D MkIV from an external battery source
Breaking News - Posted 28 Mar 2010
David McKnight | VASST's AVCHD Training DVD that carries the following tagline: "Learn the ins and outs of AVCHD and how it affects you." Your host is the well-known Douglas Spotted Eagle (aka Spot); imagine if you ran into Spot at a coffee shop, pulled up a chair, and said, "Tell me everything there is to know about AVCHD!" That's pretty close to what you get with this DVD.
Feature - Posted 20 Mar 2010 By
Firmware version 2.0.3 is now available for free download from Canon USA's web site on the Canon USA website; read the article for details on the update
Breaking News - Posted 15 Mar 2010
Third book in their popular series of field guides for Sony XDCAM camcorders
Breaking News - Posted 09 Mar 2010
Sara Frances | In this column, I'll focus on the easiest and most familiar lens to videographers: the wide angle. Event work lends itself to big drama-the beauty shot, the grand sweeping overview. If your standard kit contains just one extra lens, it's bound to be a wide or wide attachment.
Feature - Posted 06 Mar 2010 By
Ron Dawson | Many event filmmakers follow a similar career arc: They get into the business for artistic reasons and eventually realize that their emphasis on artistry is hurting their bottom line, so they redirect their attention accordingly. But what happens when you devote so much attention to business and marketing that you lose touch with what first drew you to this profession? Here, marketing and social media industry icon Ron Dawson talks about how to get back to your original source of inspiration: filmmaking.
Features - Posted 06 Mar 2010 By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | A look inside Gebbs Wedding Films' all-SDE business model and all-DSLR shooting M.O.
Feature - Posted 06 Mar 2010 By
Jan Ozer | If you're starting to focus more on the art of the production and want to experiment with multiple lenses, variable-speed recording, and more storyboard-based productions, the JVC GY-HM700U should be on your short list.
Feature - Posted 06 Mar 2010 By
Matrox Convert DVI lets broadcasters easily and economically get Skype, YouTube, and mobile phone videos to air
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2010
At PMA this year, Sony confirms plans to further expand the appeal of its digital imaging range. Additions to the a ("alpha") range of DSLR cameras will be joined by a new product concept that makes high-quality imaging accessible to an even wider audience of photographers.
Breaking News - Posted 21 Feb 2010
Full 1080 Support in Live View and Playback Modes
Breaking News - Posted 10 Feb 2010
Compact, box-style camera does full HD with a 2/3" CCD sensor, B4 mount and variable frame rates, including 24p
Breaking News - Posted 08 Feb 2010
Allows simple and easy transfer of video content from Canon's EOS DSLR cameras directly into Final Cut Pro
Breaking News - Posted 05 Feb 2010
New Canon MPEG-2 Codec Promises Improved Color Resolution and Compatibility With Industry-Standard Editing & Processing Software
Breaking News - Posted 02 Feb 2010
Shawn Lam | Sennheiser's latest offering is the G3, and aside from a pair of external charging contacts to charge the optional BA 2015 accupack rechargeable battery, it looks almost identical to the G2 that it's replacing. So the question I set out to answer for myself is this: Did Sennheiser make enough improvements to the G3 to entice me to upgrade my current G2s?
In the Field - Posted 01 Feb 2010 By
Shawn Lam | Sennheiser's latest offering is the G3, and aside from a pair of external charging contacts to charge the optional BA 2015 accupack rechargeable battery, it looks almost identical to the G2 that it's replacing. So the question I set out to answer for myself is this: Did Sennheiser make enough improvements to the G3 to entice me to upgrade my current G2s?
Feature - Posted 01 Feb 2010 By
Tim Siglin | The case for a live production workflow—and a new magazine and website dedicated to it.
Feature - Posted 29 Jan 2010 By
Anthony Burokas | The HM100U, introduced in mid-2009, is generally perceived as the small camera in JVC's ProHD line, which was established with the highly innovative and groundbreaking shouldermount GY-HD100U in 2005 and continues today with the HM250U and the HM700U.
In the Field - Posted 29 Jan 2010 By
Mili & Sid Ghosh | South Asian royal weddings require planning, preparation, and conceptualization of an entirely different order than the typical wedding film—especially when you have to bring your crew and equipment to India to complete the project. But it can be done, even by U.S.-based wife-and-husband wedding film teams. Here Mili and Sid Ghosh present a creative director's guide to grand-scale epic wedding film production that will make even your royal clients proud to have hired you.
Features - Posted 28 Jan 2010 By
Sara Frances | Attention Fusion still/video shooters: The honeymoon with so-called "bokeh art" is over. The harsh facts have been revealed. This is the first column in a series aimed squarely at alleviating user panic and at getting the Fusion equipment babies trained and ready to work for you.
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jan 2010 By
Patent-pending, handle mounted DSLR remote unit that triggers HD video start and stop recording for Canon 5D/7D
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jan 2010
JVC will demonstrate a GY-HM700 camcorder outfitted with Zacuto accessories and a JVC HZ-CA13U PL Mount Film Lens Adapter, plus its popular GY-HM100 handheld camcorder. JVC will also showcase a number of monitors, including the GD-463D10U 3D display, as well as the SR-HD1500US Blu-Ray Disc and HDD Recorder combo deck
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jan 2010
Sony's first professional camcorder that implements the AVCHD format, the HXR-NX5U
Breaking News - Posted 12 Jan 2010
The EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 7D Cameras Utilize New Canon WFT Units To Help Professionals Deliver "The Shot"
Breaking News - Posted 07 Jan 2010
Available In Fall 2010 - Solid-State Recording System Will Offer Highly-Efficient Full HD 3D Video Production
Breaking News - Posted 07 Jan 2010
The New VIXIA Line Offers Advanced Touch Screen and Tracking Technologies Putting Ease-of-Use at Your Fingertips
Breaking News - Posted 05 Jan 2010
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Putting a year of "game-changers" in perspective
Feature - Posted 20 Dec 2009 By
TriCaster TCXD300 redefines portable live production with benefits that include high definition and standard definition (HD and SD) live multi-camera switching, full HD streaming, live HD virtual sets, HD titling, HD digital disk recording, HD editing, audio mixing, efficient workflow, multiple effects layers
Breaking News - Posted 17 Dec 2009
Initiative Enables New Video-Based Worship Center in Nearby City
The Main Event - Posted 17 Dec 2009
Increased Production Value at a Top New Mexico Track is Made Possible by Exceptional Picture Quality and Smooth Remote-Control Pan-Tilt Operation of the Canon BU-45H
The Main Event - Posted 16 Dec 2009
1RU Solution Offers Cost-Effective Alternative Without Compromising on FFV's Renowned Video Quality
The Main Event - Posted 15 Dec 2009
Jerry Cleveland | Since I knew I wanted to incorporate the 5D into my wedding and event video equipment arsenal, I started doing some research into how to make the camera steadier and how to ensure that I was shooting in focus, especially when working outside. It had to be easy to unfold, easy to adjust, fast to set up, and lightweight. I settled on one line of products: the DSLR Gunstock Shooter Gorilla Kits by Zacuto.
In the Field - Posted 09 Dec 2009 - December 2009 Issue By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | How wedding and sports event videographer Danny Sayson developed, shot, and produced a full season of West Coast Adventures entirely on spec, pitched and sold it to PBS-TV, and became a full-time TV producer with one season under his belt and a second in production.
Feature - Posted 09 Dec 2009 By
First 500 to Register Get Entered To Win Free Bonus Prize
Breaking News - Posted 09 Dec 2009
Shawn Lam | Can a lite product ever be as good as the full version? The name itself implies that something is missing. Does that presumption hold true for Kessler's new lite version of its flagship KC-8 Basic crane, the KC-Lite 8.0? Read on. I think you might be surprised with the results—I know I was.
Feature - Posted 09 Dec 2009 By
XP-AJA-5 cable allows users to plug into any battery via V-mount or Gold Mt Plate and power both 12vdc accessories(ie. Monitor, light) as well as a AJA converter
Breaking News - Posted 08 Dec 2009
Jan Ozer | What you need to know (or at least what Adobe will tell you now) about the new Mercury Playback Engine in Adobe Production Premium "CSNext"
Feature - Posted 07 Dec 2009 By
Jan Ozer | Few things in life are as opaque as working with YouTube—a black box with irresistible appeal to most video producers. Trying to discern how to produce the absolute best quality has consumed boatloads of my time in the past. Recently, however, a concert event client asked me to post six videos to YouTube, and I dove in again. Here's what I found out
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2009 By
Latest Member of Canon's "Second-Generation" HDgc Product Line Combines Cost-Effective Design Innovations With High-End Performance
Breaking News - Posted 25 Nov 2009
NXCAM family of File-based technologies Designed for Flexibility and Ease-of-Use in Professional Video Applications
Breaking News - Posted 18 Nov 2009
Also available with Matrox MAX technology for lightning fast H.264 HD encoding
Breaking News - Posted 18 Nov 2009
Lee Rickwood | Among the many new hardware and software tools available for professional videographers to improve and enhance their work, perhaps the most crucial is the clever ability and creative ways manufacturers can find new uses for the tools at hand. In this month's grab bag of product announcements, repurposing plays an important role.
Gear & Now - Posted 13 Nov 2009 By
Anthony Burokas | I was recently tapped to work on an independent feature film, a Western set in 1880s Texas shot on the Panasonic AG-HPX300. In essence, it was a video shoot. But there were also some fundamental differences. Based on several days of experiences there, I have a few recommendations for those embarking on a similar path: 11 lessons learned about indie filmmaking from my sojourn into that world.
Features - Posted 13 Nov 2009 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Wedding-day interviews are the sort of thing that used to give videography a bad name, but done right, and in the right setting, interviews can help elevate wedding and event filmmaking into the realm of powerful, character-driven storytelling. Here we learn from four leading wedding and event filmmakers renowned for the compelling, revealing, funny, and moving stories they collect in their interviews with the key players in their events, and the seamless and powerful ways they incorporate these interviews into the films they produce.
Feature - Posted 13 Nov 2009 By
Video professionals using Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Eyeon Fusion 6 and Photoshop will immediately notice a more fluid and intuitive response, with Windows 7's newly enhanced stability and advanced memory management
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2009
Free Upgrade For Existing Vegas Pro 9.0 Software Users Provides XDCAM EX MP4 File Rendering, Enhanced MPEG-2 Smart Render, Enhanced Audio Capabilities and Expanded RED ONE Media Support
Breaking News - Posted 02 Nov 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | In just 3 years, Ray Roman has parlayed his passion into becoming one of the most sought-after wedding videographers in the country. WEVA and In[Focus] have tapped him to speak at conferences and bestowed accolades upon him. He's sponsored by Cinevate. His high-profile client roster boasts names such as the Cole family (as in Nat King and Natalie) and enough professional athletes to field a fantasy sports team.
Studio Time - Posted 01 Nov 2009 - November 2009 Issue By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | In just 3 years, Ray Roman has parlayed his passion into becoming one of the most sought-after wedding videographers in the country. WEVA and In[Focus] have tapped him to speak at conferences and bestowed accolades upon him. He's sponsored by Cinevate. His high-profile client roster boasts names such as the Cole family (as in Nat King and Natalie) and enough professional athletes to field a fantasy sports team.
Breaking News - Posted 01 Nov 2009 By
The EOS-1D Mark IV Features a Completely Redesigned 45-Point Autofocus System, Fast 10 fps Continuous Shooting, 16-Megapixel Resolution, Outstanding ISO Sensitivity, and Full HD Video Recording at Selectable Frame Rates
Breaking News - Posted 20 Oct 2009
HDV-PRO is a fully adjustable HDV/DV Camera shoulder support machined from aircraft aluminum. This quality design is made to stand up to the rigors of professional usage
Breaking News - Posted 20 Oct 2009
Now Viewers Can "Talk Back" to Broadcast/Professional TV Equipment Leaders
Breaking News - Posted 14 Oct 2009
Now available as a free download from the Matrox website to all registered users
Breaking News - Posted 08 Oct 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | Last fall, Canon shook our world when it released the transformative EOS 5D Mark II, a DSLR featuring full-frame HD video and dynamic depth-of-field control. Along with others of its ilk, the 5D is revving up videographers' creativity, smearing the line between the photography and videography industries, and ushering in (some say) a new era of photo-video fusion. With several months of use under their belts, we asked a handful of early adopters for their take on how the 5D has impacted their businesses and where (if anywhere) their first forays into fusion have taken them.
Amen Corner - Posted 06 Oct 2009 - October 2009 Issue By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | Last fall, Canon shook our world when it released the transformative EOS 5D Mark II, a DSLR featuring full-frame HD video and dynamic depth-of-field control. Along with others of its ilk, the 5D is revving up videographers' creativity, smearing the line between the photography and videography industries, and ushering in (some say) a new era of photo-video fusion. With several months of use under their belts, we asked a handful of early adopters for their take on how the 5D has impacted their businesses and where (if anywhere) their first forays into fusion have taken them.
Feature - Posted 06 Oct 2009 By
Speakers include Larry Jordan, Ben Balser, Bruce Nazarian, Alexis Van Hurkman
Breaking News - Posted 05 Oct 2009
Philip Hinkle | Back in July my wife and our summer intern had the opportunity to attend a hands-on training Class with Jeff Wright from Blue Skies Cinema. The class was presented in suburban Chicago in conjunction with the Illinois Videographers Association (IVA). Jeff and his wife, Andee, present several intensive workshops each year at their Southern California studio (as well as some stunning nearby locations), and Jeff frequently goes on the road to offer training with local and regional associations as well. I went along to check it all out and document the effectiveness of the training for this article.
Continuing Education - Posted 03 Oct 2009 By
Philip Hinkle | Back in July my wife and our summer intern had the opportunity to attend a hands-on training Class with Jeff Wright from Blue Skies Cinema. The class was presented in suburban Chicago in conjunction with the Illinois Videographers Association (IVA). Jeff and his wife, Andee, present several intensive workshops each year at their Southern California studio (as well as some stunning nearby locations), and Jeff frequently goes on the road to offer training with local and regional associations as well. I went along to check it all out and document the effectiveness of the training for this article.
Feature - Posted 03 Oct 2009 By
In-Stat reports that consumers are interested in receiving 3D in the home, but 25% of those who are at least somewhat interested in having the ability to view 3D content at home are unwilling to spend extra on a 3D TV, and 43% want to spend $200 or less on the new TV
Breaking News - Posted 03 Oct 2009
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | WEVA Expo 2009 delivered a bold mix of new speakers, live streaming experiments, discussions of fusion trends present and future, and a rollicking networking experience in a crackerjack new venue that seemed almost tailor-made for the wedding and event video industry's largest convention and tradeshow.
Feature - Posted 28 Sep 2009 By
Exhibit booths on the show floor will feature the latest digital video and HD DSLR technology, plus free system-training, and the WEVA EXPO 2009 Virtual Trade Show will also include cutting-edge sessions, WEVA 2009 Creative Excellence Award Winners, new wedding film techniques, industry networking via LIVE CHAT
Breaking News - Posted 24 Sep 2009
The AG-HMR10 handheld recorder and the AG-HCK10 compact camera head, which can be connected via optional cables (in 3-meter and 20-meter lengths), will be available next month at suggested list prices of $2,600 and $1,800, respectively
Breaking News - Posted 24 Sep 2009
Allows DSLR cameras to have the correct form factor for video
Breaking News - Posted 24 Sep 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | In the 4 years since Mili Ghosh began Memories in Motion in Chicago with the goal of offering high-end Bollywood-style videos to a niche South Asian wedding market, her hands-on approach—consulting in details right down to makeup—has taken her all over the globe. From opulent weddings with hundreds of guests in her hometown of Chicago to royal weddings in India, Ghosh combines her own personal artistic vision with a devotion to her couples to create cinematic wedding videos with a flair not found anywhere else.
Feature - Posted 24 Sep 2009 By
New benefits include enhanced Sub-Project capabilities and broader high definition (HD) support
Breaking News - Posted 11 Sep 2009
Matrox MXO2 LE provides all the features of an I/O card in a sturdy, portable breakout box with professional audio and video connectivity
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | Have you ever dreamed of doing a wedding shoot in which the guests and wedding party already knew and loved your work, and so they showered you with compliments throughout the day? Or one in which youy got the most candid, natural shots of even a camera-shy couple? Enter the Save the Date video: a short film produced far in advance of the wedding and distributed via your blog, Facebook fan page, Vimeo, or—less commonly—on DVD, in lieu of traditional Save the Date cards.
Feature - Posted 08 Sep 2009 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Snö, the latest mini-epic concept film from Kevin Shahinian's Pacific Pictures, is a watershed moment for our industry.
Feature - Posted 04 Sep 2009 By
Premium features such as genlock with timing offset controls, an advanced downscaling algorithm, a flicker reduction filter, and one-to-one pixel mapping ensure optimal quality and flexibility
Breaking News - Posted 03 Sep 2009
BRAVIA TV to deliver 3D in full 1080P High Definition in 2010
Breaking News - Posted 03 Sep 2009
Multi-Vehicle, Nationwide Tour Will Give Public a First Look at 3D for the Home; The Next Frontier in Home Entertainment
Breaking News - Posted 03 Sep 2009
Anthony Burokas | As great as the new CMOS HS cameras on the market may appear, the reality is that the infamous "rolling shutter" CMOS image distortion can be easily seen when you bounce the camera up and down lightly, or when you pan the camera side to side—things you probably do routinely when you are recording with the camera in your hands instead of on a tripod. Here we quantify and qualify these issues with CMOS imagers compared straight-up with their CCD counterparts.
Features - Posted 01 Sep 2009 - September 2009 Issue By
The EOS 7D Features Fast Eight fps Continuous Shooting, Class-Leading 18-Megapixel Resolution and Full HD Video Recording with Variable Frame Rates and Manual Exposure Control
Breaking News - Posted 01 Sep 2009
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Steve Zugelter of Cincinnati-based Studio+Z Films pushes the limits of surprise wedding concept films, and ratches up the theatricality of the couple's entire event.
Feature - Posted 30 Aug 2009 By
New, Affordable Studio Control System for Range of P2 HD and DVCPRO HD Camcorders Offers Professional Features and Flexible Operation
Breaking News - Posted 21 Aug 2009
Loyd Calomay | Hollywood Spoofmaster Loyd Calomay takes EventDV-TV viewers behind the scenes of his HEROES spoof in this 2-part series.
Feature - Posted 16 Aug 2009 By
New cast features producer Ron Dawson, cinematographer Patrick Moreau, and filmmaker Kevin Shahinian
Breaking News - Posted 13 Aug 2009
Trainers include Larry Jordan, Bruce Nazarian, Alexis Van Hurkman, and Ben Balser
Breaking News - Posted 08 Aug 2009
Loyd Calomay | The Glidetrack is a portable and very affordable dolly system that can be used quickly and easily to add the "wow" factor into any production. Its design is simple: a single rail that has a carriage mount for your camera that slides smoothly as you push it.
Feature - Posted 05 Aug 2009 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | A conversation with Zacuto's Steve Weiss about his groundbreaking webisodic TV series, FilmFellas, which, beginning this week, will air a series of programs starring five legends of the wedding and event filmmaking world: John Goolsby, Kristen*, Joe Simon, Patrick Moreau, Kevin Shahinian, and Ron Dawson
Feature - Posted 03 Aug 2009 By
Conference to be held at the Pasadena Convention Center on September 22-24, 2009
Breaking News - Posted 02 Aug 2009
Hal Slifer's 3 Questions goes on location in Plymouth, Newton, and Massachusetts' North Shore; bids farewell to the photomontage; sings the praises of the same-day edit; and looks ahead to the upcoming WEVA Expo.
Feature - Posted 27 Jul 2009
Jan Ozer | By now you've heard that there's a new version of Final Cut Studio shipping from Apple. What's new? Well, it starts with a new price of $999, $300 less than Final Cut Studio 2. You can upgrade to the new suite from any previous version, even Final Cut Pro 1.0, for $299. All suite components were upgraded (to varying degrees) except for DVD Studio Pro—which, as you may recall, wasn't upgraded in the previous suite either. Fear not, however (are you sitting down?): The suite upgrade does enable a modest level of Blu-ray Disc authoring. Read on for more details.
Feature - Posted 23 Jul 2009
New Versions of Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, Color and Compressor
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jul 2009
Newly announced speakers include Ron & Tasra Dawson, David Robin & Kevin Shahinian, Mark Von Lanken & Robert Neal, Lance Gray, Ray Roman, Norman Hollyn, Adam Forgione, Keith Kelly, Dominic Velasco, Maureen Taylor, Laura Moses, Brooke Rudnick, and Jorge Jaramillo
Breaking News - Posted 22 Jul 2009
Complete storage solution for SDHC media cards that are used to record footage from the company's new GY-HM100 and GY-HM700 camcorders
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jul 2009
Compact, 3-Megapixel AVCCAM Handheld Ships in August for $2,295
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jul 2009
Reporters from HDCameraGuide.com Get the Facts on Consumer Camcorder and Camera Buying Habits By Visiting Leading Retailers
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jul 2009
Hal Slifer | When was the last time a wedding guest came up to you and told you she loved your work? If you only shoot the event, you will most likely never hear those words. It's time for you to be acknowledged and be loved for your talent and work by showing it in front of hundreds of guests at your next event.
Feature - Posted 14 Jul 2009 By
Free Downloadable Update Offers Improvements in CMOS Performance, Picture Quality, Flash Band Effect and More
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jul 2009
Now, with enhanced HD capability, the LaCinema Rugged HD is the first multimedia player in its class, to allow users to store and play High Definition content - on any HDTV in Full-HD 1080p resolution
Breaking News - Posted 09 Jul 2009
Thursday July 9th, 2009 - 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jul 2009
It costs nothing to enter. And all the content and advice on www.HDCameraGuide.com, including buying tips and learning videos, are free
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jul 2009
Philadelphia-Based Event Specialist Robert Neal Gears Up with Handheld AVCCAM to Shoot Weddings, Documentaries, Commercial Spots and More
Breaking News - Posted 03 Jul 2009
Jan Ozer | H.264 is today's "it" codec because it was jointly created by the ISO and ITU, two standards bodies that together control the cell phone, television, and computer industries. Throw in the fact that Apple, Adobe, and Microsoft (for Silverlight) have all adopted H.264, and you've got a technology with lots of mojo.
The Moving Picture - Posted 01 Jul 2009 - August 2009 Issue By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Real Weddings is exactly what it sounds like: an hour-plus DVD that encompasses all the content the Von Lankens deliver to a bride and groom. But what makes this DVD most valuable is the two commentary tracks--one for shooting, one for editing--that run through the entire disc, breaking down virtually everything they do. Also featured: 2 video clips from the DVD!
Continuing Education - Posted 12 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Real Weddings is exactly what it sounds like: an hour-plus DVD that encompasses all the content the Von Lankens deliver to a bride and groom. But what makes this DVD most valuable is the two commentary tracks--one for shooting, one for editing--that run through the entire disc, breaking down virtually everything they do. Also featured: 2 video clips from the DVD!
Feature - Posted 12 Jun 2009
David McKnight | The latest and greatest in Vegas Pro 9 for videographers
Feature - Posted 11 Jun 2009 By
David McKnight | The latest and greatest in Vegas Pro 9 for videographers
Features - Posted 11 Jun 2009 By
New software allows automated offloading and archival of digital video content
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jun 2009
Plug-In for Adobe Premiere Pro software helps videographers edit high-definition video in multiple formats
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jun 2009
With the launch of the new Re:Frame website morning, the Re:Frame Collective revealed dates, location, a (nearly) complete speaker roster, and some tantalizing details about what RF:SF 09 attendees can expect for the three-and-a-half day event, which will take place at San Francisco's toney CLIFT Hotel in the heart of Union Square, October 19-22, 2009
Feature - Posted 08 Jun 2009 By
Steve Yankee | Remember that as videographers, you're able to visualize a story from its beginning to its end, capture that story, and deliver it in a moving picture. That's the magic that sets you apart from the technology you use.
Strictly Business - Posted 05 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue By
Marc Franklin | The hottest new announcements and releases of NAB 2009 for the videography world
Features - Posted 05 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue By
Lee Rickwood | New camera add-ons from Panasonic, Petrol Bags, Zaxcom, Beachtek, Gekko Technology, and Camera Corps
Gear & Now - Posted 05 Jun 2009 By
Instant, automated file format and sequence translation enables Final Cut Pro and Avid editors to share same media, with timelines in tact, from a single storage space
Breaking News - Posted 05 Jun 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | Steve and Laura Moses have been called the "prom king and queen" and "model husband-wife team" of wedding video. But forget the awards and accolades for a moment, since they're not what define this couple, nor do they tell the whole story of their lives in this business, or this business in their lives. Here's a brief review of their road to success and what they saw and learned along the way.
Studio Time - Posted 05 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | Steve and Laura Moses have been called the "prom king and queen" and "model husband-wife team" of wedding video. But forget the awards and accolades for a moment, since they're not what define this couple, nor do they tell the whole story of their lives in this business, or this business in their lives. Here's a brief review of their road to success and what they saw and learned along the way.
Feature - Posted 05 Jun 2009 By
16GB and 32GB E Series Models Available Now, High Capacity 64GB Model Ships This August
Breaking News - Posted 01 Jun 2009
The downloadable scene files provide users with an array of new "looks" to increase their creativity
Breaking News - Posted 27 May 2009
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Illinois Videographers Association event draws internationally recognized presenters Patrick Moreau and Michael Wong of StillMotion and marks the speaking debut of concept film phenom Kevin Shahinian of Pacific Pictures
Feature - Posted 27 May 2009 By
Canon announced today it will release a firmware update for the EOS 5D Mark II allowing users to manually control exposure when shooting video. The new firmware will be available for download June 2 on Canon's support website
Breaking News - Posted 26 May 2009
Affordable High Definition HDMI and Analog I/O Device for Mac and PC Available Worldwide
Breaking News - Posted 21 May 2009
Enter Your Best Videos Now
Breaking News - Posted 20 May 2009
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | What is In[Focus] 2010 and what's with all those viral videos?
Feature - Posted 17 May 2009 By
Chris P. Jones | PART 1 WITH 31 FILMS NOW ON EVENTDV-TV!
Feature - Posted 16 May 2009 By
Calamari Productions has obtained state Supreme Court access in several states to film inside America's child welfare and juvenile courts, juvenile detention centers and juvenile prisons
Breaking News - Posted 13 May 2009
Through this new contest, Ikan will award almost $5,000 in cash and prizes to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners for their original short films featuring the Ikan name or product line
Breaking News - Posted 11 May 2009
Ben Balser | Here we explore Final Cut Pro's track controls, teaching readers how to quickly and easily manage tracks and content, cutting down on the time they spend placing content, and increasing the time they have to be creative.
Tutorials - Posted 06 May 2009 - May 2009 Issue By
Fourth annual "Best of NAB" list selected by contributing editor Marc Franklin recognizes new cameras, production gear, and postproduction solutions
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | A look behind the garage door into the world where "A Sin City Love Story" was created
Continuing Education - Posted 04 May 2009 - May 2009 Issue By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | A look behind the garage door into the world where "A Sin City Love Story" was created
Feature - Posted 04 May 2009 By
EventDV-TV - Posted 04 May 2009
Re:Frame 09 Austin rolls on into Day Two with internationally renowned DoP Philip Bloom, Fusion tips from Bruce Patterson, 30-second film clips, shooting in the streets of Austin, and more
Feature - Posted 04 May 2009
Lee Rickwood | Partly as a way to support today's multipurpose HD and DV cameras, for example, companies are incorporating a new appreciation of event videography shooting styles and situational requirements, in particular the "grab-and-go" approach that following a live event necessitates, as well as the realization that many pro video people use many different products for different jobs-from pure-play consumer to top-of-the-line professional
Feature - Posted 03 May 2009
Lee Rickwood | Partly as a way to support today's multipurpose HD and DV cameras, for example, companies are incorporating a new appreciation of event videography shooting styles and situational requirements, in particular the "grab-and-go" approach that following a live event necessitates, as well as the realization that many pro video people use many different products for different jobs-from pure-play consumer to top-of-the-line professional
Gear & Now - Posted 03 May 2009 - May 2009 Issue
Building on the success of the HD Classic Soft filters with their Micro-lenslet design and the Black Frost filters using Black Micropore technology, Schneider has developed a new line of diffusion filters that combines the best attributes of both
Breaking News - Posted 29 Apr 2009
GE's Micro-Holographic Discs will have 20 times the storage capacity of a standard Blu-ray disc and be read with systems similar to today's Blu-ray and DVD Players
Breaking News - Posted 27 Apr 2009
Genius G-Shot HD520 offers 11-megapixel stills and HD video with H.264 compression format for exceptional quality output to today's high-resolution flat panel TVs
Breaking News - Posted 27 Apr 2009
Can Austin keep Re:Frame weird, and vice versa?
Feature - Posted 27 Apr 2009 By
Adobe Premiere® Pro CS4 version 4.1, a free update for existing customers of Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, improves compatibility with RED cameras, offering more control over RAW settings when used in conjunction with an updated RED plug-in, available in May from RED.com
Breaking News - Posted 20 Apr 2009
New features will be debuted at the 2009 NAB show in Las Vegas at the RSG booth (SL10420).
Breaking News - Posted 17 Apr 2009
TV Worldwide to Produce Live "On Air. On Time. On Budget." Webcast from JVC Booth
Breaking News - Posted 17 Apr 2009
Acquisition brings new core technologies to Datavideo and highly complementary products will significantly increase Datavideo's product offerings to the broadcast and professional video marketplace
Breaking News - Posted 16 Apr 2009
27 new products will be displayed at this year's NAB show in Las Vegas
Breaking News - Posted 15 Apr 2009
Next-Generation Media 100 Software with Multicam Editing and Matrox MXO2 Support
Breaking News - Posted 15 Apr 2009
EventDV-TV - Posted 15 Apr 2009
Being smaller and lighter than its popular predecessor, makes the EXII 0.45X Super Fisheye ideal for handheld applications
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2009
Advanced Software Bundle Ushers Consumers into New Era of HD Digital Scrapbooking
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2009
EDIUS Neo 2 shares the feature set and functionality of the proven EDIUS 5.1 software and can handle any type of SD or HD project with ease
Breaking News - Posted 13 Apr 2009
Shawn Lam | Ultimately, your choice of camera is going to be determined by your preferences, your requirements, and the fit with your video business. For my business, the pairing of the HVR-Z7U and HVR-Z5U is the clear winner in this latest face-off of high-definition video cameras.
In the Field - Posted 09 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
Lee Rickwood | New solutions for recording, storing, and archiving digital and high-definition video content bring the realities of a tapeless workflow closer and closer to an effective and economic working reality.
Gear & Now - Posted 09 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Like a rescued and refurb'd Super8, a 5D Mark II is an amazing tool for capturing what you see. But the cameras and the vision have to work hand in hand, much like style and story.
The Nonlinear Editor - Posted 09 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
EventDV-TV - Posted 08 Apr 2009 By
Marla Misek Clark | For Sylvia Broeckx and Niels Puttemans of UK-based Ever After Video Productions, 2008 was a transformative year
Studio Time - Posted 06 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue
EventDV-TV - Posted 06 Apr 2009 By
Smallest 100mm bowl-mount head in the Sachtler DV line
Breaking News - Posted 02 Apr 2009
StillMotion cinematographers road-test Canon's game-changing HD camera on a series of destination wedding and music video shoots, and they reveal some of the camera's remarkable strengths and limitations for event filmmakers.
Features - Posted 01 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
StillMotion cinematographers road-test Canon's game-changing HD camera on a series of destination wedding and music video shoots, and they reveal some of the camera's remarkable strengths and limitations for event filmmakers.
Feature - Posted 01 Apr 2009 By
Hosted in partnership with VASST, and co-sponsored by AMD and Colfax International, the event will be held Monday, April 20 at 6:30 pm in the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall, rooms N249-251
Breaking News - Posted 01 Apr 2009
CineForm First Light Enables Real-Time Color Correction with No Rendering; Powerful Active Metadata Technology Separates Images from Color ‘Layers' While Always Preserving Original Imagery
Breaking News - Posted 31 Mar 2009
Ingenious one-piece design makes the raincover extremely easy to install while shooting
Breaking News - Posted 31 Mar 2009
Highlights include scaling on capture, ProRes 422 720p capture on a MacBook Pro, and compatibility with Apple Xserve systems
Breaking News - Posted 26 Mar 2009
2RU-sized Matrox MXO2 Rack is designed for broadcast news operations, OB vans, and other environments where equipment must be rackmounted
Breaking News - Posted 25 Mar 2009
Hal Slifer's 3 Questions
EventDV-TV - Posted 25 Mar 2009 By
May 20 event to feature all-star speaking lineup with Patrick Moreau and Michael Wong, Lance Gray, Chris Chibucos, Kevin Shahinian, and Keith Kelly
Breaking News - Posted 24 Mar 2009
Now includes tighter integration with the Grass Valley Aurora digital production workflow, as well as a variety of new features that help users improve productivity and get the most from their investment, whether working in standard-definition (SD) or high-definition (HD)
Breaking News - Posted 23 Mar 2009
Including the XDCAM EX PMW-EX1 and PMW-EX3 camcorders, as well as the HVR-Z7U, HVR-S270U and other HDV camcorders
Breaking News - Posted 18 Mar 2009
Century top-grade optical attachments feature multi-coated glass elements for crisp, high-resolution images and superior contrast edge to edge
Breaking News - Posted 17 Mar 2009
Features - Posted 16 Mar 2009
EventDV-TV - Posted 13 Mar 2009
Specifically built to fit the Sony EX3 with any of our DOF (Depth-Of-Field) kits fully assembled
Breaking News - Posted 10 Mar 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | We asked 5 award-winning studios--all of whom have won international awards specifically for their demos--to demystify the process of producing an award-winning demo and help you master the making of your own.
Features - Posted 08 Mar 2009 - March 2009 Issue By
New software update is available now for all Blackmagic Design video capture cards
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2009
Customers benefit from simplified ingest process and full offline to online Advanced RED Conform Workflow
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2009
Professional head offers Sachtler's renowned features such as aluminum housing, three-step damping, and five-step counterbalance
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2009
New Service Provides Unique Finance and Lease Options to Production and Broadcast Companies Needing Cine and Broadcast Equipment, Accessories, and Other Professional Products and Services
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2009
New issue features Mark Von Lanken's definitive review of the Panasonic AG-HMC150, 5 expert opinions on how to construct an effective wedding demo, Ben Balser's tutorial on working with sound in Final Cut Pro, and new columnist Mark Foley's tips on how to get great on-site audio at live events
Features - Posted 05 Mar 2009
Lee Rickwood | The creative options for in-studio or fixed-location lighting for professional videographers will expand tremendously this year; we'll see new and enhanced LED and fluorescent products that offer extra control mechanisms and advanced color matching and correction tools, as well as more economical operation overall based on lower-energy requirements and longer-expected lamp life.
Gear & Now - Posted 05 Mar 2009 - March 2009 Issue By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | His maxim--Adapt or die!--is what turned BMX legend Joe Simon into a four-time Telly Award-winning artist and owner of Joe Simon Productions, an Austin, Texas-based studio specializing in cinematic high-definition and vintage wedding films.