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The Shoot Out is a unique, internationally promoted 24-hour filmmaking festival that has captured the imagination of young filmmakers and achieved outstanding results since the initial event was launched in Newcastle, Australia in 1998. Since 2004, The Shoot Out Boulder challenges participants to make a film in 24 hours, using in-camera editing only.
In October 2004, 74 teams made up of students, families and professionals, took up the
A question arose when I was setting up the upcoming panel discussion, Women in Filmmaking. It’s one I’ve heard others bring up in my travels to film festivals and in similar panels: Is it possible that it’s counterproductive to schedule “Women’s Film Blocks” at festivals, which feature films made by women? Or to have special panels and workshops for women in film, like this one?
In science class, when I was growing up, they used to teach us a theory called 'Fight or Flight.' This was supposed to be an innate instinct to man. When in stress or fear, man would ﬁnd himself compelled to do one of two things: ﬁght the adversary, or ﬂee. Supposedly this was the way we all were hardwired.
Recently, though, two scientists found themselves
Back to the Future: Around 2004-2005, there was a lot of noise circulating around the video production web forums about an upstart camera company which intended to unleash a new breed of ultra-high definition digital cinema camera. At the time, I was just on the verge of upgrading my DV camcorders to HDV, and it was already taxing my systems, which could barely digitize the
My musical photography collection was shot entirely in Wyoming, which is a strange segue for a city girl like me. I am a professional singer with a degree in photography and the singing definitely took precedence through my 20’s and 30’s.
When I “gave up” and moved from San Francisco, the city where I had hoped my dreams of making a living as a singer
I’ve been interested in concert photography ever since I received my first “real” DSLR five years ago. It was a result of my love for all the exciting elements of live music combined with my notoriously poor memory.
My interest in it was heightened during a NOLA Jazz Fest one year when I met and bought images from Jerry Moran, a concert photographer whose passion
It can be difficult for even the most seasoned writer to differentiate between words that are not only similar in their spellings or pronunciation but sometimes in their meanings. Here are five word pairings that are often confused, and some advice on how to tell the words apart.
These two words have similar meanings but affect is usually a verb and effect usually
I attended a 'Digital Salon' last night at the offices of Boulder Digital Arts. Featured was a presentation about mastering, the final process of tweaking a musical recording so it is ready for reproduction and distribution. David Glasser, owner of Airshow Mastering in Boulder, took center stage after a pleasant 45 minutes of schmoozing, munching and looking at great action photos of musicians from a
As an established freelance graphic designer, I sometimes talk to new freelancers who are worried that they shouldn't be talking to people they perceive as competitors.
I've also seen a lot of advice saying that it's a waste of time to network with other people who do what I do. Instead, the experts say, I should network with people who might hire me. It's true,