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Seeing the Invisible, Part II: Dealing with Infrared Contamination (Arri Alexa Test)

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... Seeing the Invisible, Part II: Dealing with Infrared Contamination (Arri Alexa Test) In last month's column, I discussed the problems of infrared contamination with digital cameras. We went into the problems of IR radiation, especially...

Video Editing for N00bs

Mark Montgomery

Mark Montgomery is a Web content specialist and produces instructional videos for a leading Web application developer. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Videomaker Guide to Video Production

Focal Press, 2013

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... V ideo Editing for N00bs Mark M ontgomery F igure 48-1 So you’re the techie at your place of work and at home. You get called in to help the boss set up new equipment at work and you’re the one getting calls at home about what...

10 Tips for Great Interviews

Earl Chessher

Earl Chessher is a veteran journalist and newspaper publisher with more than 30 years’ experience. He is a career independent professional video services provider who has produced thousands of videos and written about creating and marketing videos for more than 20 years. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Videomaker Guide to Video Production

Focal Press, 2013

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... 1 0 Tips for Great Interviews E arl Chessher F igure 40-1 There are many interview approaches and styles. Are you looking for a hardcore journalistic approach or something less intense? Will you casually guide interviewees...

Adventures in Lighting: Light Sources 101, Part IV—LEDs

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... Adventures in Lighting: Light Sources 101, Part IV—LEDs One of the woes of location shooting, especially on small productions when you can’t afford a generator or a qualified electrician to tap into existing power, is being limited...

Adventures in Lighting: Fixture Types 101, Part III—The PAR

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... Adventures in Lighting: Fixture Types 101, Part III—The PAR The next in line in our examination of light - ing fixtures is the PAR—which is an acronym for parabolic aluminum reflector. The classic PAR is a reflector and lamp all-in-one,...

Essential Three Act Questions

Jack Epps

Jack Epps, Jr. is the co-author of the films, Top Gun, The Secret Of My Success, Dick Tracy, Anaconda, and Turner and Hooch. Epps is also a script doctor and has contributed to films such as Sister Act and Die Hard With a Vengeance. Epps is Associate Professor and Chair of the Writing for Screen and Television Program at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screenwriting is Rewriting : The Art and Craft of Professional Revision

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

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...Act One The Set-Up State your premise in two or three sentences. Use one word to describe what your movie is about. Where does the movie take place? What new world are you examining or creating? Describe the current status quo...

Adventures in Lighting, Part III—Unwanted Reflections

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... Adventures in Lighting, Part III—Unwanted Reflections I was giving a reprisal of my “Lighting from Home Depot” lecture, on which I based my book A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, last...

Before, During, and After the Job

David E. Elkins

David E. Elkins, SOC has over 25 years of professional experience as a Camera Operator and First Assistant Cameraman, working on feature films, television series, commercials, music videos, educational films, industrial films and much more. He is an active member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 and Society of Camera Operators. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Camera Assistant's Manual

Focal Press, 2013

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... Before, During, and After the Job N ow that you have read the first six chapters and, it is hoped, have a basic understanding of how to do the job of a First and Second Assistant Cameraman, I’ d like to mention some of the things you...

Applying Three-Point Lighting

Robert G. Nulph

Robert G. Nulph is an assistant professor of communication studies and an independent video/film producer/director. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Videomaker Guide to Video Production

Focal Press, 2013

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... A pplying Three-Point Lighting Robert G. Nulph Some folks consider it a tired cliché, but it’s important to know how to set three-point lighting, so you can work within or without this classic lighting style. We are often told...

ISO, EI, ASA, and YOU

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... ISO, EI, ASA, and YOU ISO is one of those terms that we all take a little for granted. Once you get the general gist of ISO, it seems simple. So simple, in fact, that when I thought of this column on ISO, I first thought that it would...