AAXA P4-X Pico Projector


Every year I manage to maintain my Gold status with United Airlines, easily logging over 50,000 miles. Much of this travel is related to teaching photo workshops. I've streamlined my equipment to minimize weight, but one obstacle I couldn't work around was my big, heavy LCD projector. I needed a projector to teach classes and […]

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Transmedia Storytelling for Good


Hosted by: Department of Community Health Sciences and MPH for Health Professionals Program, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health / Weinreich Communications / Transmedia for Good SoCal Networking Reception: 5:30-6:30pm Panel Discussion: 6:30-8:00 pm Join us for a free Social Media Week reception and panel that will explore different forms of transmedia storytelling, as it […]

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Where can I find a list of Digital Asset Management Integrators and Implementors?

After listening to a recent webinar, I recall a few people asking me where they could find some Digital Asset Management (DAM) Integrators and implementors. You can find a few lists for DAM vendors (175+), including ratings, functionalities and other various offerings. However, when it comes to finding a matrix of all DAM vendors match up with […]

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Breaking Down Double Exposure Technique

I’ve got my favorite, old fashioned ways to make doubles, but Gavin Phillip’s new “industrial revolution” tutorials simplify the process of creating beautiful double exposures for everyone. So easy to begin and fine-tune what used to be time and tricks intensive in camera or enlarger, or significant digital Photoshop knowhow. Gavin’s purpose in all his […]

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Editorial to Color Grading from a Colorist’s POV: A Guest Post From Robbie Carman


PVC is happy to welcome Robbie Carman from Mixing Light aboard for a guest post about the editor and colorist relationship as well as discussion on the editorial to color grading workflow. This article is a companion piece to an article on the same topic written by PVC’s own Scott Simmons that is posted over […]

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