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Tunnel Vision

Why the world’s best water cameramen still shoot on film. If you’re a surfer or ocean lover, these cameramen are as legendary as any Oscar® winner. The thrilling sensations these guys ignite, in both...
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Cine Gear 2011

Hooked on a Feeling. By Pauline Rogers. Mother Nature smiled on the film industry this year. Instead of the heat beating mercilessly off the black tar on Paramount’s New York Street (per usual), a...
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NAB 2011

The Road to Wisdom, Technologically Speaking. By Valentina I. Valentini. Conjure images of the newest, shiniest cameras, the biggest and brightest displays, the most exciting leaps and bounds in the...
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Grace Notes

From L.A. Folk-Rock to Persian Pop, Let Us Sing the Praises of Guild Members at Sundance. By David Geffner. The Park City hills were alive with the sound of music this past January, and I don’t mean the...
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Catch The Buzz

The 48th Annual Publicists Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. By Pauline Rogers. Photos courtesy of Mathew Imaging. Despite the usual L.A. gridlock, made even more difficult because of this...
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Unity Series: Part I – Grips

Exploring the craft every other production department relies on. By Pauline Rogers. To kick off our first in a five-part series on IATSE crafts, we asked grips across the country not only to define their...
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The Real Deal

Henri Cartier-Bresson, widely considered to be the father of modern photojournalism, once remarked that above all else he craved to “seize the whole essence in the confines of one single photograph, of...
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Shooting Gallery 2010

Somewhere, Out There When we asked Local 600 photographers to submit work for our Shooting Gallery spread, the only requirement was that the image be shot on location.  Anywhere, anytime, anyplace, as long...
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Shooting Gallery 2009

All photographs, by definition, are “period” images. They capture a time and place that is ephemeral, and, in essence, gone the moment the shutter is snapped. Never again will what that shooter saw...