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Win $500 Worth of Video Templates, Audio Files and Website Templates

Putting together a multi-media video package? Even if you’re not, Envato has put together a Video Production Bundle that might just be too good to pass up. From now until June 26th you can purchase and download a production bundle valued at over $500 for just $29 bucks!! This bundle includes 3 Website templates from Read MoreRead More

Making of a Cinemagraph Music Video

There is something hypnotic about the cinemagraph – director Chris Grieder ports over the other-worldliness into a music video for Kelsi Luck: “That’s What I Like”. He explains the process Chris Grieder, director: We shot on a RED Scarlet — mainly at 3k resolution so we could shoot 48fps, but some stuff was shot 4k/24fps. We tried Read MoreRead More

How To Make a Boring Industrial Interesting

Danny Groner offers some tips on how to make what can be a dull industrial video into something that would be worth watching. If you’re making a film entirely on your own, you’ll have full creative control over the script and story. But not all videomakers have that kind of luxury, as they work on projects Read MoreRead More

Head in the Clouds – Adobe Officially Unveils New Creative Cloud

Today at Adobe MAX, an annual celebration of all things Adobe, the multimedia production company launched their vision of what a future Adobe landscape would look like: First the press release: LOS, ANGELES — May 6, 2013— At Adobe MAX, The Creativity Conference, Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today accelerated its shift to the cloud with a major update toAdobe® Creative Cloud™, the Read MoreRead More

Chroma Subsampling Techniques

The folks behind the Red camera break down the techniques that cameras use to compress color data in this explanation of Chroma Subsampling. This became a central motivation behind early forms of analog and digital compression. Video signals would be separated into a lightness or “luma” component and two color or “chroma” components, similar to how images Read MoreRead More

Closing NAB 2013 Thoughts: Why Adobe Anywhere is the Only Tool That Will Actually Make You a Better Filmmaker

I have a confession. This is not so much a post about the Adobe Anywhere product as it is about my own recent  revelation after going through a rather major and important change in my life and career. I recently expanded out of the comfort of my home office and into an industrial space with Read MoreRead More

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