On this Pro Video Coalition episode of That Studio Show, Scott Simmons talks with Matt Jeppsen and Brian Hallett about their recent articles on PVC on camera stabilisation, gimbals, and focusing on more specific products like the DJI Ronin and its uses.
This episode features excerpts from the newly released That Studio Atmospheres package which includes 50 custom-created atmospheres for film and television, by award-winning composer, Jesse James for only $99.
This episode was edited by Kristin Martin. Kristin started in audio post production and music production, but now works on a variety of projects as a sound and picture editor, technologist, motion graphics artist, and more recently, working with visual effects and color grading. You can follow her on twitter @KristinCMartin.
If you haven’t yet, check out Matt’s and Brian’s posts on ProVideoCoalition:
Periodically we will have Scott Simmons on as our host to go into a deep conversation with the author of a Pro Video Coalition article to go even further than what you read. Enjoy!
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Scott has worked on projects ranging from music videos for Taylor Swift to television programs for CMT and ABC Sports to commercials, documentaries and corporate work. Scott also runs the popular post-production blog The Editblog on Pro Video Coalition and is currently his own boss, putting his skills to work as a freelancer. He is @editblog on Twitter.
Brian Hallett, is the senior promotions producer at the NBC affiliate in Nashville, TN, and an award winning cameraman, editor, and producer. He has shot everything from broadcast television news, promotional image campaigns, music videos, short films, and documentaries. First and foremost, Brian is a cameraman and since 1999 his skills have allowed him to work for Spike TV, NBC, Fox, and CBS. Check out Brian’s work on Vimeo or follow him on Twitter.
Show notes were written by Maciek Kaliski. Check out his work on his website.