Ridley Scott's cult classic “Blade Runner” has been a work in progress that has spanned 25 years. Cinematographer Jordan Cronenwith took the film noir look to new heights and created a gritty, neon filled future. While continuity errors plagued the first version of the film, “Blade Runner The Final Cut” took advantage of modern technology to fix them.
We might think that most citizens of Earth could see too much video. Let’s start with YouTube. The popular video sharing and social site reports more than 800 million unique visitors every month. That’s more than four billion hours viewed monthly! An incredible 72 hours of video is uploaded to the site every minute. Every minute!
Video rental is one concept that I can firmly say is undergoing great change in my lifetime. I know I'll relate to many people that have shelves full of VHS movies, and engage some that have seen the progression of video on tape to where it is today. As for today's teens and children, a little perspective on where video rental has come from.
Here’s the scenario: You recently replied to an audio gig posted on craigslist. It’s set to shoot next Tuesday and the producers just hired you. In your email information packet, they list three locations and the addresses. One is indoors, one is an urban downtown setting and the last is on a wooded walking trail just outside of town. A quick look at Google Maps verifies the locations and now you’re wondering what challenges each will bring, and how to deliver the very best quality audio. You need to do a location scout, only this time it’s for audio.
Have you ever seen a day’s worth of freeway traffic race by in the blink of an eye, or a rose burst into full bloom in less than a minute? With time-lapse photography, you can compress an entire day into a short video clip.
For this year, the world’s largest annual innovation event featured exhibitors from every segment of the electronics industry and of every size, from crowd-funded gadget startups to multi-billion dollar household brands.
Adobe Premiere Elements 11 and Photoshop Elements 11 are a powerful pair of programs designed to get the serious enthusiast up and editing fast, and at this price, are definitely worth serious consideration.