From the Blog10 Tips for Shooting Video in Washington D.C.
Every new on-location video production presents logistical challenges to Video Producers. How does my video crew need to enter the Capitol buildings? Who do I need to get permission from to shoot...Read More
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September 2014 Edition
Featured in this issue of Crews News:
- Panasonic AJ-PX270 and AVC ULTRA
- Myths about RAW
- Pro Res the Codec of the Past, Present or Future?
- PMW-F55 for Red Carpet and Panel Discussions
- 10 Tips for Shooting Live Sporting Events
- 10 Tips for Shooting Video in Chicago
- Crews Control's Mugshot Contest
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