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February 26, 2010, 11:24 am
RED’s Scarlet appears to be just around the corner and both Sony and Panasonic seem to be responding to the challenge of the upstart photo manufacturers. No matter what acronym you use – DSMC, HD-DSLR, HDSLR – these hybrid HD video / still photo cameras have grabbed everyone’s attention. 2010 may indeed be the year that hybrid digital SLR cameras hit their stride.
February 26, 2010, 11:23 am
Late last year I edited a multi-camera concert for country artist Gary Allan. It was shot at the House of Blues in Chicago on Canon 5Ds. The 5Ds gave us some really great images that’s kind of unusual in a live show.
February 25, 2010, 11:22 am
Working in the editorial department on Alice in Wonderland, JC Bond was the point of first contact for principal photography, assembling scenes as quickly as director Tim Burton could shoot them. He was also the gatekeeper for the film's extensive visual-effects content, which he received and analyzed before it was cut into the movie. Working on a team led by film editor Chris Lebenzon, Bond made sure thousands of pieces of content fell into place as expected in the editorial pipeline...
February 25, 2010, 11:16 am
Here are my answers to the 5 questions that I read on PostFifthPictures.com. If there are more, just let me know. In some cases I should call the VIZ FX team...but I will give this a shot, first. If you have any questions about my answers, please let me know. -Daryl Baskin
February 24, 2010, 9:36 am
When you talk about media management in Final Cut Pro it’s often not a big issue to many as you digitize a few tapes or import some P2 media, add graphics, music and you’re done. FCP’s bad media management never rears its ugly head. But when you start working with many different clips across a lot of hard drives then the frustration...
February 24, 2010, 8:40 am
George A. Romero is the man responsible for truly putting a philosophical twist on the motivations behind the "Zombie" by asking the question: just <em>why</em> are they eating people? As everyone [now] knows, they don’t process nutrients or really need to feed, but instead their actions are based on pure instinct. After some deep thinking on existential zombie issues, I came to the conclusion that really, it’s all just an excuse to show the effects of the "mob mentality" by way of the undead tearing someone apart.
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