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Master Shots Author Christopher Kenworthy Returns to Filmmaking
Shoots "Aftermath and Melody" with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera
Master Shots Author Christopher Kenworthy Returns to Filmmaking
Christopher Kenworthy almost gave up on filmmaking because of his frustration with the restrictions of big budget productions and the limitations of shooting with DSLRs. Instead of leaving filmmaking behind for good, however, he switched his focus from behind the camera to penning several books on the discipline, including the best selling Master Shots series, which provides filmmakers with the techniques to achieve complex shots on any budget. With his finger still on the pulse of the camera industry, Christopher was intrigued when he had the opportunity to test the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Little did he know that just weeks later, his passion for filmmaking would be reignited, and he would be directing films once again. Read More

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Broadcasting The Pickathon Music Festival
Broadcasting The Pickathon Music Festival
Held just outside of Portland, Oregon each August, Pickathon is not your typical music festival. The founder's goal was simply to create the best weekend festival of the year for music lovers. Innovation for Pickathon means creating and refining separate, unique performance stages. Bringing different music lineups and styles together each year. Being the world's only large music festival to eliminate plastic and single use items. Opening up festival planning to the public. While innovation is essential, community is the backbone of the festival. Pickathon brings together a community of music lovers; whether they are sitting in front of the Galaxy Barn stage or sitting in font of their computer in Iceland live streaming Feist's set. A huge part of building the community is based on live broadcasts and live streaming the festival to viewers around the globe. And that is where Ryan Stiles, Pickathon's producer, comes in. Read More
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NVIDIA Quadro and PNY Fuel AccuWeather's StoryTeller
NVIDIA Quadro and PNY Fuel AccuWeather's StoryTeller
Delivering fast-paced graphics and video has become a necessity for newsrooms both big and small. Whether it's the latest radar images of an impending hurricane, live traffic reports, or social media interactions with on-air talent, broadcast stations face constant pressure to find ever-more graphically powerful formats. Traditionally, only the largest network studios had the money and technology to wow their audiences. Now, the StoryTeller Interactive Touchscreen system from AccuWeather, powered by NVIDIA(r) Quadro(r) graphics cards, levels the playing field-so news stations of any size can deliver compelling, real-time, multimedia interactive stories to their viewers. Read More
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Steve Beganyi Takes Viewers on a Trip Around the World
Steve Beganyi Takes Viewers on a Trip Around the World
From locked cut to network delivery, Steve has just two to three days to color grade an entire episode. And that doesn't mean throwing one main grade onto the footage and calling it a day. It means creating a completely unique look for each episode that captures and enhances the feeling and theme of the specific location and trip. Steve's tool of choice that helps him deliver - DaVinci Resolve. Read More
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Napa Valley TV Airs First Live Multi Camera Sports Broadcast in Napa County's History with a Little Blackmagic
Napa Valley TV Airs First Live Multi Camera Sports Broadcast in Napa County's History with a Little Blackmagic
Imagine a 6,400 seat sports stadium complete with a grand entrance, press boxes and concession areas. Now imagine that stadium on game day, excitement in the air, fans eager to see their favorites teams go head to head. This was the scene in November 2013 as the Vintage and Napa High School Football teams took the field at Memorial Stadium in Napa, CA. What made that day special for the local community was the fact that the match was the first live multi camera sports broadcast in Napa County's history, airing on the community's local public access cable television network, Napa Valley TV. Read More
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The H2 Channel's "America Unearthed" Series Travels Through Time with SPLICE and DaVinci Resolve
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Have you ever wondered if what you learned in school was the whole story? So does forensic geologist Scott Wolter, which is why he seeks to uncover the truth in the documentary series "America Unearthed," airing on the History Channel's H2 network. Relying on his trusty tool set of a flashlight and microscope, Scott acts as a real life Indiana Jones, facing the challenge of digging for America's archaeological secrets in tombs and caves, uncovering surprising evidence and proving there's still a lot to be learned from our past. Read More

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