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Charlotte’s Web
 

By Ellen Wolff

In E.B. White's classic book Charlotte's Web, one en- dearing scene shows Wilbur the pig receiving a buttermilk bath. For Paramount Pictures' live-action...

Shoot Review: Autodesk SketchBook Pro 2.0  

Reviewer: S.D. Katz

The first version of Autodesk SketchBook Pro just missed the goal of being the definitive stylus-based drawing environment with a fast, key-stroke-free methodology — but it was on the right track...

It's a 'G' Thing 

By Kristinha M. Anding

Michael Kanter of Channel G is into doing good. Indeed, he says, the "G" of the nonprofit organization's name stands for everything good not least of all,...

Mark In 

What if it took only a few minutes to create a large, seamless high-resolution display from multiple projectors, and you didn't have to worry about the...

Mark In 

In 1990, Jim Plant, now NewTek's CEO, said that in the future your favorite TV show will probably be made by someone you know....

Shoot Review: nNovia QC Deck 

Reviewer: Tom Patrick McAuliffe

At NAB this year, nNovia introduced its second-generation product, the new QC Deck, a small digital video recorder (DVR) that uses removable hard drives....

Flatpanel Roundup 

By Jeff Sauer

It's been a long time coming, but the battle for flatpanel supremacy may finally be afoot. After years of watching LCD encroach on plasma in terms of...

XDCAM on High Seas 

By Craig Erpelding

To discuss one of the most grueling early field applications of Sony’s XDCAM HD PDW-F350 system, HD Focus recently sat down with digital filmmaker Robin D. Berg, president of Berg Entertainment International (BEI), to discuss his team’s workflow using the camera to capture adventure sequences for the Outdoor Channel series, Speargun Hunter....

Multiply Your Options 

By Barry Braverman

It's no secret that today's shooter manages an ever-increasing glut of HD frame rates and resolutions....

Clint Eastwood Investigates HD 

By Michael Goldman

As he began preparations to make back-to-back films about the historic World War II battle for Iwo Jima—Flags of our Fathers and the upcoming Letters from Iwo Jima—director Clint Eastwood reports that he seriously investigated using high-definition cameras to make the movies. Eastwood had DP Tom Stern’s camera team and HD camera operator Liz Radley conduct a series of tests to compare footage from various HD camera systems with 35mm film footage....

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