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2010, Vol. 5, No. 3 DIGITAL EDITION: STUDENTFILMMAKERS MAGAZINE

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    2010, Vol. 5, No. 3 | The #1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers

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    ON THE COVER:

    Stereographic Project: An actor gets his face scanned by light sensors. The first step in the process of making him into a 3D character. Photo by Madeline Eberhard.

    COVER HEADLINES:

    How To Make Actors into 3D Characters

    RED ONE 3D

    Florida State University Stereographic Project

    Stop Worrying and Love 3D

    Dispatch: A True Life Creative Collaboration
    Steven Sprung's Feature Film Directorial Debut

    PLUS:

    • On-Set Convergence
    • "What!?" ...And Other Bad Dialogue Writing
    • Shooting a Sitcom in One Day
    • Clearing Music for Your Film
    • Financing Films via the Kickstarter Method


    INSIDE PAGES

    CINEMATOGRAPHY

    The Close-Up Lens with a Split Personality
    Getting to Know the Split-Field Lens
    by Ira Tiffen

    CLOSE UP

    Dispatch: A True Life Creative Collaboration
    Award Winning Editor Steven Sprung’s Feature Film Directorial Debut
    by Mary Ann Skweres

    3D

    First, Beg for Two Cameras
    The Film Student’s Stereographic Starting Point for RED ONE Users
    by Hali Gardella

    On-Set Convergence
    by Ian Johnson

    The Process Used to Make the Actors into 3D Characters
    Key Features for the 3D Film
    by Evan Bollig , Ian Johnson, and Dr. Gordon Erlebacher

    How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love 3D
    Here are the basics of what I used to establish a 3D workflow from production to post to presentation.
    by William Donaruma

    SCREENWRITING

    “What!?” …And Other Bad Dialogue Writing
    Includes a Before-and-After Scene Re-write
    by Christopher Ball

    PRODUCTION

    Shooting a Sitcom in One Day
    Here’s How We Did It
    by Scott Essman

    ANIMATION

    Create Highly Stylized, 2D Animated “South Park”-Like Cartoons
    8 Tips and 7 Steps for Getting Started
    by Sherri Sheridan

    EDITING

    The Power of Rubberbanding
    Reduce Your Render Time, Get a Better Sound Mix, and Avoid Losing Your Audio Smoothing
    by Jeff Turboff

    MUSIC AND SOUND

    Clearing Music for Your Film
    Negotiating the Rights Package; Library Music versus Original Scores
    by Steven Ascher

    FILM BUSINESS

    Financing Films via the Kickstarter Method
    The Crowdfunding Approach
    by Larry Jaffee

    COMMENTARY

    Bridge Work
    “Work done to pay the bills that allows you to the time to pursue your true passion and creative aspirations.”
    by Tim Smith

    Shooting with the Canon HV20

    Filmmakers Networking

    StudentFilmmakers Magazine selects and spotlights the following filmmakers in The Film and Video Makers Networking Community:

    Luis Villalon
    Director of Photography
    Location: California, United States

    Wannithilake Mudiyanselage Suminda Weerasinghe
    Cinematographer
    Location: Kotte, Sri Lanka

    Olivier Koos
    Director of Photography
    Location: Luxembourg

    Giles Timms
    Director, Animator, Designer
    Location: California, United States

    Also Inside:

    • Featured Products and Services
    • Call for Entries
    • Global Marketplace
    • Featured Events


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