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January 12, 2015, 1:42 pm
In the early 1900's, the Autochrome photographic production process utilized an additive colour process on glass plates, the procedure used coloured potato starch as a grain layer and created fantastic image results that give the impression of being a painting. Aotg.com investigates this early process through a discussion with John Wood, author of The Art of the Autochrome: The Birth of Colour Photography.
January 9, 2015, 12:25 pm
I'm very pleased to have the one and only Andrew Scheps on my latest Inner Circle podcast. Andrew has a long list of great mixing credits, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Adele to Metallica to Justin Timberlake and many more, and is one of uber-producer Rick Rubin's go-to mixers.
January 8, 2015, 6:38 am
The Movie Geeks are honored to welcome master film composer John Debney (No Strings Attached, Houdini) back to the show to discuss his illustrious career, and the new 10-year anniversary edition of his powerful score for The Passion of the Christ. Plus, reviews of new releases including Foxcatcher, The Interview and Force Majeure, as well as discussions on the most anticipated releases of 2015, which television shows might work as feature films, and the best neo-noir films of the 1980s....
January 8, 2015, 6:37 am
This is one of the most critical episodes so far in our journey to grow our career and multiply our successes. Something so critical yet overlooked, is defining our name and our niche and building our brand. Associating ourselves in a way that will resonate with others and key ways to introduce ourselves that will stay with your audience and grow your job prospects.
January 7, 2015, 10:22 pm
Welcome back to Middle Earth! On this first episode of Season 3, Timmie, Ryan and special guest, Marsh Chamberlain, revisit The Lord of the Rings Trilogy from a filmmaker’s perspective. Get ready for some scene study, and special feature extravaganza.
January 6, 2015, 10:51 am
What exactly are "hard links" anyway? A better question might be "why are they useful?" - which is exactly what Sam Mestman shows Steve Martin from Ripple Training on this week's episode of MacBreak Studio. Hard links allow the Finder to represent files on a...
December 30, 2014, 2:34 pm
In this episode, Gordon sits down with fellow editors Lucas Sargent and Jason Crutes to discuss the films they thought stood out in 2014 for post production professionals. They all chose Birdman and after that Gordon added Boyhood and Jason added The Grand Budapest Hotel.
December 29, 2014, 8:42 am
Roger Mattiussi and Gordon Burkell sat down to discuss transitions at the Senator Restaurant in Toronto, Canada. Transitions are often overlooked by students and schools. Roger and Gordon don't talk about transitions such as "star Wipes" or "Fades" they talk about getting from one scene to the next, how do you enter and leave a scene and set things up for the audience.
When we discuss editing style we generally end up having one of two conversations. Either we talk about the very very old, th ...
The first day of NAB has wrapped and here's all the announcement highlights in a video that is less than 5 min.
There are so many types of comedies – slapstick, screwball, romantic, satirical, dark – but only one way to do it ...
What do you do to unwind at the end of a long day in the cutting room?
What drives you nuts that you wish people on set would stop doing?
There are films we all recognize to have great sound but what ones have you seen that needs more recognition and why?
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