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September 13, 2008
IBC 08. Day #1
Posted By David Cox
Another year – another IBC. This is at least my twelfth in a row, so there is something wonderfully familiar about it all. The first day of the show is a half day, so since I used it mainly just to drop by and say hello to a few people, there's not ...
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September 12, 2008
IBC 2008
Posted By Randi Altman
It's an hour and a half into IBC 2008 and I am already a bit queasy. It's got nothing to do with the tone of the show at all but has everything to do with a demo I got over at the Iridas booth. Iridas's Patrick Palmer was emphasizing the importance ...
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September 10, 2008
Love's Labor Jam - Post Work
Posted By Randy DeFord
All 12 tapes of the Jam have now been sorted. One of the more difficult things with a doc is deciding which memory will not make the grade. It's all part of taking the personal side out and making sure you compile a story that makes the best of the ...
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September 06, 2008
Love's Labor Jam - Post Work
Posted By Randy DeFord
Earlier this week, you read my partner Adam Shephard's entries about shooting Love's Labor Jam. Now the job begins of cataloging the nearly 12 hours of DVD tapes for content. We did not capture to hard disc, but just to the native Mini DV media. I ...
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September 02, 2008
Love's Labor Jam
Posted By Billy
Our work began Sunday morning at 9:30am The scope of “Love's Labor Jam” really made it ideal for capturing on film. Because it was a volunteer effort handled by old friends, something as simple as the arrival of a family or the preparation of food ...
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September 01, 2008
Love's Labor jam - Day 1
Posted By Billy
Just to show that nothing ever goes as planned, we ended up at the event without the net connection we thought we'd have. So, no blogging from the site. It was probably just as well though. With everything else we did, blogging would have been a ...
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August 29, 2008
Shooting Love's Labor Jam
Posted By Billy
The night before I have to travel for a shoot is always interesting. I run around like a madman making sure that I remember everything. Once I'm positive I've taken care of business, I collapse, content in the knowledge that I won't be forgetting ...
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August 29, 2008
Love's Labor Jam: Pre-Travel Prep
Posted By Billy
The night before I have to travel for a shoot is always interesting. I run around like a madman making sure that I remember everything. Once I'm positive I've taken care of business, I collapse, content in the knowledge that I won't be forgetting ...
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August 14, 2008
Scott's Blog @ SIGGRAPH - Day 3
Posted By Scott Sindorf
Day 3 After leaving the conference floor yesterday, we ended up meeting for dinner with some old dear friends I had the pleasure to work with in the past. To me, this is one of my favorite aspects of SIGGRAPH, reconnecting with old acquaintances. ...
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August 12, 2008
Scott's Blog @ SIGGRAPH - Day 2
Posted By Scott Sindorf
SIGGRAPH Day 2 The Computer Animation Festival last night premiered “3D Screenings: A Visual Odyssey.” The idea behind this festival was to highlight the emerging technology for stereoscopic projection. Every audience member was given 3D glasses to ...
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