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Back Issue | Digital Edition: StudentFilmmakers Magazine, August 2007

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StudentFilmmakers Magazine, August 2007 Table of Contents

From Standard Definition to High Definition
Making the Transition
by Jon Firestone

Elemental Photography: Set, Camera, Shot Selection, and Lighting
Elements to Keep in Mind when Composing an Image
by Saro Varjabedian

Getting the Time of Day From…A Filter Effect
It’s Never Too Early
by Ira Tiffen

 High-Speed Photography Tips
…When Preparing for a High-Speed Shoot
by Kevin Zanit

Adding ‘Kick’ To Three-Point Lighting
Two More Lights You Can Add to Your Cinematography Arsenal
by Chris Cavallari

Lighting Interviews: Let’s Get Out of Focus
Creating a Short Depth of Field
by Carl Filoreto

Consumer-Generated Ad Contest Lands Music Video Director His First Commercial
Brian Lazzaro’s Videography Methods Contribute to a Successful Transition from MTV to National Commercial
by Larry Jaffee

Q&A with Emmy-Nominated Cinematographer Cira Felina Bolla
Award-winning Documentary TV Series, “Stories of the Sharp Experience: Episode 5”
by Jody Michelle Solis

Using the Full Palette
Color is an Emotional Language
by Dana Dorrity

Laying the Proper Foundation:
What Medium Does the Material Tell You It Wants to Be?
The Process of Making Choices in Filmmaking
by Leonard Guercio

Safety First: Working with Mechanical and Makeup FX on Set
The End Never Justifies the Means
by Myrl A. Schreibman

How to Build a Rain Maker
Includes Tips for a Successful Downpour
by Keith Dearing

Makeup Effects Set Etiquette Do’s and Don’ts
Includes 7 Tips and Tricks
by Todd Debreceni

Negotiating a Broadcast Deal for Your Film?
What to Do When You’re in the ‘Land of the Low Licensing Fees for Independents’
by Stacey Parks

Sound Designing: How Should You Think About Sound?
Four-Step Strategy
by Mark Kerins

Multi-Track Mixing for Location Dialogue
Two-Track and Four-Track Recording, and Working with HD Video
by Fred Ginsburg C.A.S., Ph. D., MBKS

Animated Audio
What Comes First: the Animation or the Audio?
by Bryant Falk

Filmmakers Networking Community
This Month’s Featured Networkers
by Taryn Bensky and Michele Wein

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