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Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999]: Features
Not all library or royalty-free music is bad by any stretch—but I’ve seen few, if any, videos where it’s used to good effect. Until now. I’m starting to see—and hear—things differently. In early July Time Ryan at the 4EVER Group sent me a sample copy of a new set of royalty-free compositions created expressly for wedding and event video.
Posted 05 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By
 
Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999]: Department: Studio Time
Larry Leeds isn’t like other professional videographers, and that’s the point. Eighteen years of network television broadcasting experience throughout the metropolitan Washington, DC, area have made him an electronic news gathering (ENG) and electronic field production (EFP) specialist, and numerous awards honoring his TV broadcasting and commercial, industrial, and event video work have given him the credentials and credibility to play by his own rules.
Posted 05 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By
 
Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999]: News: Features
By following six basic steps, you can gain a clear picture of where your business is coming from and start cultivating those sources to make your business grow.
Posted 04 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By
Avid Xpress Studio HD is far more expensive than the competition. That will and should dissuade some potential users, as will the somewhat steeper learning curve for most of the tools compared to Apple, Adobe, or Ulead. But consider what you’re getting: three industry-standard, time-proven editing interfaces in Xpress Pro, Pro Tools LE, and Avid 3D, and solid DVD authoring technology from Sonic in Avid DVD, that are continuing to evolve and grab features from their high-end siblings.
Posted 08 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By
Photoshop CS2 is the upgrade you’ve been waiting for. From the Adobe Bridge browsing tool to Smart Objects to eye-popping new filters, CS2 will make any videographer, photographer, or designer happy to hand over their hard-earned cash to purchase a program that is going to revolutionize the way they work.
Posted 01 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By
We’ve already reviewed the FX1 and found it to be a darling of a camcorder, as has the most of the rest of the world. Since you can expect the same audio/video quality from the Z1U, the $1,400 price disparity raises the inevitable question: when should you spend the extra dough and buy the professional version? In addition to producing outstanding quality in both DV and HDV modes, key advantages of the Z1U include DVCAM support, professional audio support, and new image adjustment capabilities like skin detail, black stretch, hypergain, and enhanced color correction.
Posted 04 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By
Welcome back to our series on producing upscale wedding videos. Here in Part 3, we’ll talk about the real heart of the matter: how to cover the ceremony itself.
Posted 05 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By ,
One of the questions I’m asked often by other videographers is how to come up with innovative ideas. Here are some of my favorite techniques for finding and cultivating innovative approaches to wedding video.
Posted 04 Aug 2005 / Chrystal Corporate Profile [January 1999] Issue By