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EventDV Magazine: May 2009
May 2009: Features
Ron Dawson | Taking a cue from indie filmmaker Robert Rodriguez's Rebel Without a Crew, Ron Dawson recounts the challenges he encountered in planning, casting, funding, producing, and marketing the first online reality TV series created with and for professional photographers.
Posted 06 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
Stu Sweetow | Watching an event you missed on DVD is the next best thing to being there, but wouldn't it be even better if you could watch it live, regardless of your location? A number of streaming and webcasting services and products scaled and tailored to the event market are now making this possible, and in turn they are adding a new dimension to the services event videographers are able to provide.
Posted 06 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Tutorials
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.
Posted 06 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
Lance Gray | Lance explains how to simplify and streamline the production of pro-quality photo collages for video and montage projects using Google Picasa.
Posted 05 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Column: Amen Corner
Ed Wardyga | I keep hearing about fellow video professionals—especially those who specialize in weddings—lamenting the decreases in their business. Economic downturns do affect everyone, but all that is required to survive and even prosper is a willingness to do two things: diversify, and keep a keen eye out for opportunities.
Posted 03 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Column: The Moving Picture
Jan Ozer | In case you're not aware, Intel recently launched a new processor line, code-named Nehalem. I had a chance to play with one of the first workstations available with the new processor, a 3.2gHz dual-processor, quad-core Z800 workstation that absolutely knocked the socks off the fastest computer that I have ever tested. If you recently bought a non-Nehalem-based computer, you're going to absolutely rue the decision.
Posted 01 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Column: The Nonlinear Editor
A few thoughts on the 2008 EventDV 25
Posted 04 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Column: The Reel Deal
Kris Malandruccolo | Recently, I attended one of Jack Canfield's all-day Success Principles workshops, and I want to share a few of these success principles with you.
Posted 06 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Column: Strictly Business
Steve Yankee | I know it sounds counterintuitive to slow down just as your season starts, but none of us—not even the video business advisor himself—is Superman or Superwoman. Remember that your mind, your body, and your nerves need a rest.
Posted 06 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Department: Continuing Education
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | A look behind the garage door into the world where "A Sin City Love Story" was created
Posted 04 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue By
 
May 2009: Department: Gear & Now
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
Posted 03 May 2009 / May 2009 Issue