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Fifty for Fifty Contest

$50 for 50 Contest for Film/Business Contacts BLARE Media recently developed new free software for film & business professionals. However, in today’s market the old saying “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door” unfortunately no longer applies for most products. This is why we created a contest to [&hellip
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Measure of a Man Movie Review

Film Review by Kevin Powers via IndieMovieReview.com: What better inspiration for a film than the life of a real person and that’s just what screenwriter Elizabeth Waite has done with the film THE MEASURE OF A MAN. The film is an inspirational family film about Donald P. Bailey (Jarin Stevens) and his life raising nine [&hellip
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HMI Lighting

Lighting is everything! Whether it’s natural sunlight, subdued ambience, perfect practicals or complex Hollywood style lighting, the image owes all of its power to light. An expensive but required type of light in most higher-end video production projects is HMI lighting. For pure lumen power, HMI’s are hard to beat. They can be temperamental, flickery [&hellip
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Chinese Video Production Gear

There are several difficult choices to be made when buying gear in 2012. It’s expensive, it’s confusing and it’s ever-changing. 1. It’s expensive. At least it was, but it’s getting cheaper, but this is bringing other problems as well. I always say if you want to make something cost 3 times as much just write [&hellip
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Amateur Cinema 2012

We are living during an unprecedented time of options in the world of amateur and professional filmmaking. Prices, availability, options, and capabilities have been increasing at an unprecedented rate. There are many reasons for this but I think two main contributors are RED Digital Cinema and the emergence of DSLR’s. There are many detractors of [&hellip
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DSLR Video Production Gear

The majority of dSLR shooters require a light gear load as we usually do not have the luxury of a full crew to help carry our stuff. We also might move to several locations in a single day, and more equipment means slower set ups and breakdowns which can make a tight video production schedule [&hellip
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