Important updates to existing software, new cameras and popular products reaching their end of life were just some of the things that made 2018 a notable year for creative professionals. PVC featured countless news items, insights and updates that helped production and post professionals at every level make sense of how to move forward, but with so much happening all the time, it’s easy to miss something important. As we say goodbye to 2018, and just as we did in 2017, we wanted to take a look back at everything that resonated with our audience this year, as well as highlight the most influential articles from PVC authors.
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Each of Steve Hullfish’s three previous interviews with Eddie Hamilton, ACE have been epic master classes in editing from a guy who loves talking about his craft and sharing with his colleagues in the industry.
Panasonic’s $7,345 AU-EVA1 is a Super35mm single-sensor camcorder with a 5.7K Bayer-mask sensor, an EF lens mount, variable frame rates, and 14+ stops of dynamic range, recording on SDXC cards using log, HLG, and standard gamma renderings.
When editors talk about the long-term “marriages” between a director and their editor, the discussion probably centers around three “power couples”: Thelma Schoonmaker and Martin Scorsese, Joel Cox and Clint Eastwood, and Michael Kahn and Steven Spielberg.
Two new – official – cameras for the consumer, and one professional cinematic VR180 model were on show at CES 2018. Panasonic will also have, apparently, a professional camera for the standard. Is VR180 the new VR?
Jeremiah Karpowicz moved to Los Angeles to become a screenwriter but quickly realized making a film was about much more than the script. He worked at a post house where films like Watchmen (2009), Gamer…
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