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EventDV Magazine: June 2008
June 2008: Features
Elizabeth Welsh | While corporate video producers are notoriously tight-lipped with their tricks of the trade, here four studios who've successfully crossed over from wedding and event to corpporate provide a road map from the altar to the boardroom.
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Stu Sweetow | Some recent advances in mobile media could provide opportunities for video producers to market and distribute their work. Let's take a look at several recent developments in mobile multimedia, as well as others that are in the works, and how they'll affect videographers who are looking to go mobile.
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June 2008: Tutorials
Lance Gray | One of the "looks" I see in disc packaging everywhere is that of highly polished "glossy"text, which screams high-end, slick, and cool. The good news about this trendy, glossy text is that you can create it in Photoshop. Here's how it's done.
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June 2008: In the Studio
Ben Balser | For those that produce multicamera live-switched events, the MCSDI-1 can boost you to uncompressed signals from lower-priced cameras, increasing your final product's quality, and decreasing your overhead. A clear winner for those that do this kind of work!
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June 2008: In The Field
Shawn Lam | Is the whole greater than the sum of the parts? That's the question I set out to answer when I tested Sachtler's SOOM, a new tripod system with three components that function on their own or together, on a series of 31 event shoots over a two-month period.
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Daniel Boswell | For years I've been waiting for a camera that would deliver high-quality HD images, shoot great in low light, include progressive capabilities, and be able to get very clean slow motion via overcranking for specialty shots. I also was looking for a tapeless workflow for Same-Day Edits--all for under $10K. On paper, Sony's new PMW-EX1 offers everything I'm looking for--but does it deliver?
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June 2008: Column: The Main Event
Mike Nelson | Why do so many wedding video businesses fail? Over the next few installments of The Main Event, I would like to share what has made my business survive two-and-a-half decades as a full-time business with a storefront location. I'll also discuss what has made the difference between success and failure for many of the others.
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June 2008: Column: The Moving Picture
Jan Ozer | At this writing I'm just back from NAB, and wanted to let you know what's up with Blu-ray. I'll cover the recorder/printer market first, then move to software, then touch on replication.
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June 2008: Column: The Nonlinear Editor
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Where does the skilled and diligent professional shooter and editor fit in the emergent "publish, then filter" world of the Web 2.0 era?
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June 2008: Column: Strictly Business
Steve Yankee | Although not all awards and certifications are created equal, each one can be used as yet another tool with which to promote and market your business.
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June 2008: Column: Vantage Point
Laura Moses | Earlier this year, Vantage Point Productions survived a nightmare of purchasing decisions and implementation because of one thing: our connections with other videographers. We network religiously in a number of ways. Consequently, we knew where to go for advice, and who we could depend on for reliable services.
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June 2008: Department: Studio Time
Marla Misek Clark | 2007 EventDV 25 honoree, Re:Frame Collective member, and GM senior manufacturing engineer Don Pham markets his award-winning wedding productions as "stylized movies," using techniques such as music overlays, natural audio, and voice-overs to enhance the story and capture special moments "in a dramatic and artistic fashion."
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