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Intro image for article Production Challenges Are No Match for Alexander Hankoff & YELLOW
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Everyone has an idea for their great passion project, but it takes a certain level of commitment to turn that idea into reality. For director and DP Alexander Hankoff, his short film Yellow was something he knew he wanted to make and it was his (along with his team's) creativity that made it possible.
Intro image for article Derek Frankowski and IDX Capture NHL Action
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Derek Frankowski is a director and cinematographer who has specialized in shooting sports and wildlife for commercial clients and documentaries for close to 20 years. For his latest project, Derek shot a commercial with the NHL's Vancouver Canucks. With the fast-paced nature of the NHL and action sports, Derek had to be prepared for any challenges that came his way. Derek was kind enough to discuss how he tackled some of these challenges and how he has been getting it done for all of these years.
Intro image for article Jeff Cable: Capturing the Rio Olympics with Lexar Media
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As any imagemaker knows, when you're in a high-pressure situation, with only one chance to "get the shot," you must rely on your gear and your recording media. No situation is quite as high-pressure as the Olympics, both for the athletes and the photographers capturing them. For photographer Jeff Cable, his Lexar cards are a crucial component of his photography workflow.
Intro image for article Jonathan Barenboim Stays Flexible with the Canon C300 Mark II
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Jonathan Barenboim is a director and cinematographer; sometimes, depending on the project, he's both simultaneously. On his latest project, for a series called The Table launching later this summer, he was tasked with bringing to life short documentaries highlighting the human side of the unemployment crisis in the US. Because of the documentary nature of these pieces, he had to be ready to travel quickly and shoot in varied locations, all with the same basic camera setup. Jonathan was kind enough to answer a few questions about how he pulled it all off.
Intro image for article Behind the Scenes: Red Bull Goes Anamorphic for "Chain Reaction"
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Red Bull Media House is no stranger to epic footage. In one of their recent videos, Chain Reaction (which you can watch above), Director Nicholas Schrunk and his team had to find a way to capture multiple, specifically-timed stunts on a tight shooting schedule and in a remote location.
Intro image for article DP Steve Holleran Goes Handheld & Anamorphic for "The Land"
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For Steve Holleran, a camera has always been a means to capture the beauty of the world. From commercials to documentaries to shorts and music videos, he has always focused on images that tell compelling stories. For his latest project, indie feature The Land, he teamed up with Steven Caple Jr., a friend of his from his USC MFA Production Program days.
Intro image for article Case Study: Building a Compact, Rugged Digital Cinema Package for ITV Studios America
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ITV Studios America, one of the largest and fastest-growing production companies in the US, produces a range of shows for broadcast and cable networks. Their programs include The First 48 for A&E, and Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters for Animal Planet.
Intro image for article Using Phantom to Capture the Beauty of Dance
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Award-winning filmmaker Ric Burns and his longtime cinematographer Buddy Squires recently premiered their new documentary, American Masters - American Ballet Theatre: A History, in honor of the ABT's 75th anniversary. Indiewire recently sat down with the the two Abel clients for an in-depth talk about the production, including their use of slow motion photography.
Intro image for article Case Study:  Furnishing Carnegie Council with a Scalable Shared Storage Solution
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Since their founding 100 years ago, in 1914, the mission of Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs has been to grow the audience that believes in the simple but powerful message that ethics matter, regardless of location, origin, or belief. Their media production facility, Carnegie Ethics Studio, is responsible for more than 80 annual events, interviews, and shows that are filmed and edited in-house.