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April 2015

It’s a Really Big Show–NAB in Las Vegas. Markee takes a quick look at some of the newest innovations being shown in 2015. But technology isn’t the only thing Markee examines in April. Film and video production starts with light and we look at the new lighting needs of digital cinematography followed by an interview with the president of the Motion Picture Sound Editors who explains the nuances of audio in the digital age. Not to leave out the photographers, we check out an approach for camera stability in trying conditions. If you’re a producer wonder how to get your next gig, read the three important things to remember when making your next pitch.

Spotlight | Southeast: Tales from Two Cities

Spotlight  |  Southeast:  Tales from Two Cities

Producers tend to be different in how they approach their work, their stories, and their passions. Here are two that followed different paths to get very different stories out to the public, one in a feature, the other in a television documentary. Both worked hard and long, and both hope the results will get a message across to others.Read more...

Support Your Local Camera

Support Your Local Camera

Image quality improvements found in the various high-resolution digital formats—think UHD, 4K and 8K—demand higher stability of camera and lens. Any unintended movement is literally multiplied in the playback. Equipment companies have been working for years...Read more...

Business: Three-Steps to get Clients to Come to You

Business: Three-Steps to get Clients to Come to You

New business is the life blood for everyone from the full-service production facility to the solo professional with a camera, grip gear, or makeup kit. The good news? Your lack of success...Read more...

Lighting: Diffusion in the Digital Age - Cinematic Lighting in 2015

Lighting:  Diffusion in the Digital Age - Cinematic Lighting in 2015

Memory cards, editing software, and LCD refresh rates all will get faster, and yet the speed—and nature—of light will remain constant. This is why the least realistic element from The Hunger Games franchise isn’t in its force fields...Read more...

Sound for Film: Changing the Soundscape

Sound for Film: Changing the Soundscape

Frank Morrone wears several hats; he is an award winning Hollywood audio professional who has mixed sound for high profile television shows and movies including The Strain, Boss, Sleepy Hollow, and the Oscar-winning When We Were Kings. He is President of the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE)...Read more...

Equipment: NAB 2015 Preview

Equipment: NAB 2015 Preview

NAB attendees can use this article to get a head start on convention planning, while non-attendees can keep pace with manufacturers’ latest product briefs.Read more...

From the Editor: Tab, You’re It

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If you are reading this on a tablet or a smartphone, you are among the majority. Not that we’ve done a survey or anything, it’s just the idea that busy people, unless they are tied to a desk—like us writers—are more likely...Read more...