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"SHOW US YOUR SHORTS" RETURNS
SacVIPs invites you to watch for the upcoming CALL for your best project under 10-minutes to show at our Nov. 24 meeting.
Narrative, commercial, music video, documentary, news -- Whatever... we want to help you share your best work during our November meeting.
Watch here for information and details on how to submit and participate.
Bring a friend and join us for the SHORTS created by local folks.
To Submit a short film click on the above link, download and fill out the document and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hurry so we can add your film to the lineup.
Join us on the LAST Tuesday of the month to listen and learn from our guest speakers.
Remember we have raffle prizes ($5 entrance fee) and you may be a winner.
Meet some new folks!
Share the fun and bring a friends along.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Let us know if you have a project or issue you would like some help with and we will put it here for you.
send request to SacVIPs@AccessSacramento.org
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Check out the other tips and training on Larry's site as well.
The question is " What would you add to this list? "
Martin Scorsese's Film School: The 85 Films You Need to See to Know Anything About Film - Movie List
Nov 6th. The Illumination Experience Tour will teach you the fundamentals of cinematic lighting. Tickets start at $329 with discount code IETNBM
John Mahan brought this very interesting article to our attention: http://petapixel.com/2014/10/02/dear-new-photographer/
News from Jim Tierney; Digital Anarchy. When Jim spoke to the VIP’s in May, he mentioned additional FREE training and now, here it is! Time Lapse Tutorials As mentioned, there's some great new tutorials on creating time lapse videos. There's five in total and take about 45 minutes to go through completely. It takes you through my entire process of shooting time lapse from setting up the camera to stabilizing the images.
Part 1: Intro and Camera Setup
Part 2: RAW vs. JPEG
Part 3: What Makes a Good Time Lapse?
Part 4: Stabilizing
Part 5: Deflickering the Images
Very interesting article - related to shooting with tricks in perspective Click Here or go to http://petapixel.com/2013/10/14/life-like-miniature-scenes-shot-using-model-cars-forced-perspective-250-ps/
Check out the following websites for upcoming events and information:
The Northern California Filmmakers Coalition (NCFC)
Sacramento Mac Users Group
Sacramento DSLR Filmmakers
Sierra Mousetrap Macintosh User Group (SierraMMUG)
Sony EX1 Owners & Users Group
Wedding & Event Videographers
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