KICKSTART THEFT: Filmed on Sony F65
Cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC and director Frederic Goodich, ASC got together to push the new Sony F65 to its limits. The result is Kickstart Theft, a short film based on De Sica's classic The Bicycle Thieves, which was shot in downtown Los Angeles in a range of challenging lighting and shooting conditions.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
Business & Marketing|
Recalling our First Five Years in Print
The Power of Dreaming: Forging Visions that Work. That is the standard that we at Creative COW strive to unite under. In just five years, the COW Magazine has moved from the realms of dreams to a market leader. Read on for founder Ron Lindeboom's personal remembrances and inspiration, and what constantly keeps us at the COW motivated for further achievement -- you, our readers and members.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview, Project
Camera and Lens Round-Up
Gary Adcock explores and reviews many of the high-end cameras, lenses, monitors, and camera support gear introduced at NAB 2010 in this acquisition and display report.
Review, Feature, People / Interview
Indie Film & Documentary|
DreamSpeakers On Tour: Budding Aboriginal Filmmakers
In this article, VASST's Douglas Spotted Eagle, takes COW members inside the DreamSpeakers On Tour. DreamSpeakers is a three-weekend project where students meet with professionals in the film/video industry and learn their craft, beginning from the ground floor of film making. Budding Aboriginal filmmakers and Dreamspeakers work together to produce first films for youth, by youth, and the program has kicked off to a great start.
Feature, People / Interview
Douglas Spotted Eagle
|Shane Ross Reports: IBC 2007|
Creative Cow leader Shane Ross saved you a trip to Amsterdam -- further for some Cows than others, but pretty far for most. As always, you can count on Shane to tell you exactly what he thinks about what he saw: AJA, Sony XDCAM EX, Edit Share, and That Other Camera.
Sony Vegas 7
In this article, CreativeCOW.net contributing editor Jim Harvey reviews Sony Vegas 7 and concludes, ''...It Just Keeps Getting Better. For the money, you 'd be hard pressed to find a better editing program.''
|Sony DNE 2000: Getting Up to Speed|
Getting fast on the DNE 2000, like most NLE's, involves knowing the toolset, then practice using them on a daily basis.
You can increase your editing speed on the DNE 2000, if you know the major set of the tools and how to use them. In this tutorial, Mike Harper demonstrates some shortcuts and tips.
Sony WV-DR7: Doug Graham Takes a Look
Japanese electronics manufacturers have a long history of putting the US market in last place when it comes to introducing new technology. Many products are available in the Japanese or the European markets before US consumers can get them. Some products never make it to our shores at all.The Sony line of dual-well DV/VHS VCRs is one example of this phenomenon. In this article, Doug Graham takes a look at the the Sony WV-DR7.