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Shooting "Savior" on URSA Mini 4.6K Dillon McEvoy (DP), Mike Overton (Director) and Matt Ramey (Producer) are film students at Chapman University and just completed their Junior level Advanced Production short film." And you would be hard pressed to tell the difference in quality between their film, "Savior," and a big-budget Hollywood film. To create a high quality war film is a huge undertaking. You have to get the uniforms right. Weapons and scenery have to be accurate, and you have to combine that with action scenes, VFX, physical effects, such as blood, and making sure you get the right actors that can believably inhabit the role of soldiers. And for a student film, all on a miniscule budget that would not even pay for catering on a typical Hollywood set. ...Read More »
Five Benefits of High Tech Fleet Management By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly New technology will help grow your business. ...Read More »
Engage Customers With Inexpensive DIY Videos By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Capture customers' attention with unique videos shot with your smartphone. ...Read More »
An Interview with Digital Video Producer and Director Edward Payson By Maureen Mo Whelan I had the pleasure of working with Edward Payson when he was directing the comedy-horror short film, Dinner with the Dwyers. He's been a working director in the entertainment industry for seven years and has directed short films, feature films, commercial spots, infomercials, webisodes and documentaries. The recent documentary he just finished is Our Friend - Jon - The Documentary about his friend who passed from Sickle Cell Anemia. ...Read More »
The Clock is Ticking An hour can fly by quickly when making a film but the team at indie production house Photon Harvest Productions is making the most of it. In their new One Hour Short Film Experiment, the Photon Harvest team is creating a series of compelling, polished short films that all have one thing in common - each part of the production and post production process was limited to an hour. An hour to write, an hour to shoot, an hour to edit, an hour to color grade, an hour to sound mix - the clock is certainly ticking away. ...Read More »
Around the world in a solar plane By IDG.TV Solar Impulse 2 makes history as the first solar-powered plane to circumnavigate the globe. ...Read More »
What happened to Apple Music in iOS 10? By IDG.TV Apple Music's redesign was supposed to make easier to use, but iOS 10 only makes Apples streaming service more complicated. ...Read More »
3 ways to remove Windows 10's default apps By IDG.TV Microsoft makes it easy to remove some apps, but for others, you'll need assistance from a third-party utility. ...Read More »
The Full Nerd: Episode 5: Kaby Lake-X, AMD vs. Nvidia and world's largest hard drive By IDG.TV This week on the Full Nerd, Brad, Alaina and Gordon discuss rumors of Kaby Lake-X ...Read More »
Why You'll Want Windows 10's Anniversary Update By IDG.TV Windows Ink, Cortana, and Microsoft Edge: Here's why you'll want Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary Update. ...Read More »

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