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DESIGN TIMES DESIGN TIMES
August 1, 2003 | By Marc Loftus
I initially met Bob Koch while he was a VP/managing director at TZ, the design division of the now d ...
DIGITAL INTERMEDIATES DIGITAL INTERMEDIATES
August 1, 2003 | By Claudia Kienzle
The digital intermediate is a process that allows directors and cinematographers to extend total cre ...
GRAPHICS PLUG-INS GRAPHICS PLUG-INS
August 1, 2003 | By Ann Fisher
Always looking for ways to be responsive to our readers' needs, Post Magazine is trying something ne ...
MINDING YOUR BID-NESS MINDING YOUR BID-NESS
August 1, 2003 | By Randi Altman
With competition in commercial work fiercer than ever these days, visual effects studios have been a ...
Post August 2003 Post August 2003
August 1, 2003
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REVIEW: ADOBE PREMIERE PRO REVIEW: ADOBE PREMIERE PRO
August 1, 2003 | By Tor Rolf Seemann
Forget what you've heard about Adobe Premiere, look beyond its previously consumerish toolset and ba ...
REVIEW: HP’s XW4100 WORKSTATION REVIEW: HP’s XW4100 WORKSTATION
August 1, 2003 | By Randall Simpson
The little workstation that could.
THE ART OF THE BID THE ART OF THE BID
August 1, 2003 | By Matthew Armstrong
The advertising business is a strange mix of creativity and finance that often pulls agencies, produ ...
THE CHALLENGES FACED BY A BLACK ANIMATOR THE CHALLENGES FACED BY A BLACK ANIMATOR
August 1, 2003 | Raymond
Ten years ago, when I started doing 3D, everything was Unix based, so animators tended to fall into ...
THE DIGITAL PROMISE: THE DIRECTOR’S PRINT ON EVERY SCREEN THE DIGITAL PROMISE: THE DIRECTOR’S PRINT ON EVERY SCREEN
August 1, 2003 | By Loren Nielsen
For most directors, having the audience see their movies with the same high quality picture and soun ...

Features

AUDIO FOR SPOTS AUDIO FOR SPOTS
August 1, 2003 | By Christine Bunish
With our ever-diminishing attention span, ad agencies and their clients need to grab and keep viewer ...