Monthly Archives: August 2012

Using the iPad as a Teleprompter – [Review]

We may not have flying cars or a Mars colony, but dammit, we live in the future and we have iPads. And all of us in media production have used iPads in our workflow at this point, whether it’s previewing … Continue reading

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The Impersonators – My First Feature

Here’s one for the baby book: I’ll be cutting my first feature film this fall. The Impersonators, directed by Joshua Hull, started shooting today in the central Indiana area. I attended the last full table read and production meeting last … Continue reading

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A Dream Job in Video Production – literally

In light of the Mars Curiosity landing successfully on the planet after an incredibly ingenious deployment technique, I’ve been thinking about my dream job. When asked, I know a lot of us editors probably have similar answers to the dream … Continue reading

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Wedding Video: Thoughts, Advice, and Crowd Sourcing a Wedding Day

This past weekend, I was in the wedding of one of my favorite couples. We met in college when we all worked at the Zoo together (they actually started dating there) and stayed friends beyond into the real world. During … Continue reading

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[REVIEW] Post Production World Conference (2012)

This year I got the opportunity to attend Post Production World at NAB for 5 very full days of learning. I realized that while I crafted the story of my first NAB experience and somewhat touched upon my Post Production … Continue reading

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