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MovieMaker Magazine Lifetime Subscription for $49

Here at Dumbworld, some would say we are lowdown cheapskates.  We prefer frugal- so this deal sounds like the new black to us.  Moviemaker magazine lifetime subscription for $49.

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Looks Interesting. . .

Bloodline from Matt Thompson (one of Sacramento magazine’s 15 people to watch), Oasis Motion Pictures and Silverado Studios.

Adobe Creative Suite Users, Free Issue of Layers Magazine

At least for now, Layers Magazine  , the how-to magazine for everything Adobe, is giving away a free issue.

The Insertion of Handsome Dave

Greetings to all-

I would like to introduce myself to all of those who dont yet know who i am or have

not yet felt my presence. My name is Handsome Dave. I am a Sacramento resident and have

spent most of my life here. Its a wonderful city when you know your way around and associate

with its good people.

Some of the things i will be talking about in my blogs are sports,(I am a Oakland Raider as

well as an A’s fan so if i seem bias toward them that you understand), Sacramento life(both

day and night), world events, music and basically anything that i think you may want/need to

know.
Well if you have any questions for me or my staff or if there is something you would like to

read more about drop me a line at handsomedave737@yahoo.com.

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CMOS Chip (Instead of CCD Chip) About to Revolutionize Film and Photography?

For the first time, professional-grade single-lens reflex cameras are gaining the ability to record high-definition video. That capability, photographers say, has the potential to transform both still photography and moviemaking — and it’s largely thanks to advances in the semiconductor technology used to make the image sensors inside these cameras.

From Wired magazine.  Interesting.

DIY Jib Tutorial

from Videomaker

Article on Red from Wired

From August.  In the comments, some people point out some of the errors in the article, but nonetheless a good article.  The article talks about the development of the Red One, about Peter Jackson shooting Crossing the Line and Steven Soderbergh shooting his Che Guevara biopics with Red One prototypes, and shows some footage shot on the camera.  For fun, see if you can find the errors without peeking.  And I know, I know, if you don’t have a good story- it doesn’t matter what camera you are shooting on.

11/14/08 Update: Red reveals specs!