On this Pro Video Coalition edition of THAT Studio Show, Scott Simmons talks with all about cinematography with Art Adams, Adam Wilt and Matt Jeppsen.
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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.
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.
Cinematographer Art Adams has worked in the film industry for 25 years. He shoots spots as well as corporate marketing, visual effects, web and interactive/mobile projects. He also consults for a variety of motion picture equipment vendors in the areas of usability and interface design, equipment training, and scientific comparative testing of products. Art likes to write articles that explore the hidden side of the tools and techniques many take for granted. He's been published in HD Video Pro, American Cinematographer, Australian Cinematographer and Camera Operator Magazine He is a current member of the International Cinematographers Guild and SMPTE, a past member of the Society of Camera Operators (SOC), and an industry consultant and educator. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. His showreel is at www.artadamsdp.com; check out his posts on ProVideo Coalition or say hi on Twitter.
Adam Wilt has been working off and on in film and video for the past thirty years, while paying the bills writing software for animation, automation, broadcast graphics, and real-time control for companies including Abekas, Pinnacle, Omneon, CBS, and ABC. Since 1997 his website, adamwilt.com, has been a popular reference for information on the DV formats. He has reviewed cameras for DV Magazine and written its "Technical Difficulties" column, and taught classes and led panels at NAB, IBC, and DV Expo. He co-authored the book,"Optimizing Your Final Cut Pro System", part of the Apple Pro Training series. You can catch Adam on ProVideo Coalition, Twitter or check out his app: Cinemeter.
Matt is a freelance cinematographer located in the Arkansas state area. Matt has experience in lighting and operating on commercials, corporate and narrative films. His expertise has been recognised by international companies - the likes of GoDaddy and Canon. Matt is a also a blogger at ProVideoCoalition and often tweets about cinematography and filmmaking.. You can check out Matt’s reel and previous work at mattjeppsen.com.