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  • Learn Premiere Elements 10 as an entry into video editing

    Learn Premiere Elements 10 as an entry into video editing

    Tweet I have been asked by several non pros about Elements 10. When Lynda.com asked me to do a course it was a perfect opportunity to shed some light on Adobe’s entry level editor. While I say “entry level” there are many great features and workflows that really can get you editing fast even if you have never edited before. Adobe really made a fun and efficient program for those wanting to get editing fast. If you have always wanted […]

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  • Redrock Microsystems – The ascension of a great company

    Redrock Microsystems – The ascension of a great company

    Tweet Back in 2005 I was asked to direct a film. My budget was ultra low and the financier wanted me to have the “depth of field look” he loved so much. His belief was that a shallow depth of field would make the movie seem bigger budgeted and give it a filmic look. I was left to task to find the solution for this if I wanted him to write the check. I found a little company called Redrock […]

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  • Webinar – Learn HDSLR Editing in Premiere Pro CS5

    Webinar – Learn HDSLR Editing in Premiere Pro CS5

    Tweet Great FREE webinar given by Richard Harrington, author of From Still to Image. November 16, 2010, 12-1 PM PST HDSLR editing in Adobe Premiere Pro with Richard Harrington Join Richard Harrington, author of From Still to Motion, as he shows you why he uses Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 for editing HDSLR footage. Sign up on Facebook:  http://on.fb.me/PPro_2

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  • Two Cameras at the Crossroads: 5D Mark II or 7D

    Tweet In September, I had an opportunity to do some shooting with the 5D for the first time as we had a demo unit in our office for a trade show.  I took it for Labor Day weekend and instantly fell in love.  I’ve been shooting video since 1990 and have always had some form of video camera in my arsenal mostly for short films.  For larger projects I always rented gear.

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  • NAB 09 Redrock Micro’s DSLR Rig is HOT!

    Tweet There is a lot on interest in shooting with DLSR’s these days. Canon’s 5D Mark II leading the pack. Our friends at Redrock Micro heard the calling and came up with yet another killer rig to shoot with. Redrock’s Brian Valente took a few minutes to walk us through the setup. This is a must have for the DSLR shooters toolbox. Enjoy. US Auctions Australian Auctions Austrian Auctions Belgian Auctions Canadian Auctions French Auctions German Auctions Hong Kong Auctions […]

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  • NAB 09 – Ikan’s solution for the DSLR shooter

    Tweet Clint Milby of Ikan shows us their new monitor for DSLR’s like the Canon 5D Mark2. All DSLR’s only come with the screen on the back to view shots from. This Ikan monitor really helps alot from what I saw today. US Auctions Australian Auctions Austrian Auctions Belgian Auctions Canadian Auctions French Auctions German Auctions Hong Kong Auctions Indian Auctions Irish Auctions Italian Auctions Dutch Auctions Polish Auctions Singapore Auctions Spanish Auctions Swiss Auctions UK Auctions Best Match Time: […]

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  • Shooting a film with a DSLR?

    Shooting a film with a DSLR?

    Tweet I’ve been reading alot of great things about the new Canon 5D Mark II. Its quite an impressive DLSR, shoots 1080p HD video, and 21mp stills. The video however is done in 30p mode which scars off some prospective filmmakers. I visited Vincent Laforte’s blog to see his work with the camera and its quite beautiful. It also has stirred much debate over the look of the video. Does it look like film or video? Surely the depth of […]

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