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EventDV Magazine: April 2009
April 2009: Features
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.
Posted 01 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: Tutorials
Lance Gray | Shallow depth of field is easy to achieve with a nice camera. But what if you have a photo in which there's little distinction between the foreground and the background? In this tutorial, I'll show you a quick way to get this effect with minimal effort.
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
Lance Gray | For those of you who would like to put an image inside some text or drop a photo into a preformatted shape, Clip Masking is the fastest way to do this. In this tutorial, I'll show you a couple of quick and painless ways to make this work.
Posted 01 Apr 2008 / April 2009 Issue
David McKnight | This month we'll feature more audio tips plus information on compression, the audio utilities found in UltimateS Pro, and the best way to prepare audio files for use in Vegas's disc-authoring companion program, DVD Architect.
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: In The Field
Ben Balser | DVDxDV's Veescope line, which started with the Veescope Live software-based field monitor, now consists of four tools: Veescope Live, Veescope Hub, Veescope Key, and Veescope Signals. I have found all four of these software products to be worth the price, reliable, and high quality.
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
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.
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: Column: Cradle to Grave
Alan Naumann | Today we have something more powerful than any communication technology in history: video. Video technology is still new enough, though, that we are only now beginning to understand its real power and potential.
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: Column: The Moving Picture
Jan Ozer | Not to rant, but the QuickTime Reference Movie has better PR people than Peyton Manning, creating a legacy that the reality doesn't quite match.
Posted 30 Mar 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: Column: The Nonlinear Editor
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.
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: Column: Strictly Business
Steve Yankee | Persistence really does pay off. When the time comes for someone to buy what you're selling, and you're the one they know and the one who's been in front of them on a consistent basis, what are the odds they'll buy from you?
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: Department: Gear & Now
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.
Posted 09 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue By
 
April 2009: Department: Studio Time
Marla Misek Clark | For Sylvia Broeckx and Niels Puttemans of UK-based Ever After Video Productions, 2008 was a transformative year
Posted 06 Apr 2009 / April 2009 Issue