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Motion Capture, Visual Effects and On-Location Shooting

When on-location shoots are combined with motion capture and visual effects, it can result in some of the greatest cinematic moments ever seen.

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North Carolina’s Filming Incentives

North Carolina, which has served as a background for bevy of film and television shoots, has not yet renewed its 25% filming tax credit, which will currently expire at the end of this year.

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Netflix’s Continued Expansion

Netflix is turning into one of the most talked about content hubs as it continues to redefine itself.

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A Conversation with Alex Funke, ASC

Sometimes the inspiration to make a movie strikes in the seemingly strangest times.

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Blackmagic Design Announces Summer Discount

If you’ve had your eye on the impressive capabilities of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, now might be just the time to jump on board.

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Ron Howard Takes on The Beatles

Even legends like Ron Howard have idols of their own. The Academy Award winning director has had a Beatles obsession since he was nine years old on the Andy Griffith Show and is now taking his love of the Beatles to a new level by directing a documentary about their early touring years.

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Adobe Premiere Pro Sets the Standard

Adobe is taking over the world of filmmaking. The company’s Premiere Pro video editing software is becoming the standard in postproduction for studio films, independent cinema, broadcast TV and new media.

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The World Cup’s Experimentation in 4K and 8K

Germany just won the World Cup and so did the coinciding experimentations in its 4K and 8K viewing. 

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Santa Clarita: The Go-To California Filming Location

Finding an ideal location for a shoot that is fresh for an audience and remains inside the thirty mile zone can be a lofty challenge.

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A Look Inside the Transformers VFX Process

Bringing robots to life in an explosive way and allowing them to communicate with each other is just another day on the job for Pat Tubach of Industrial Light & Magic.

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