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March 12, 2018

How to Cut A Musical

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I’m sorry…what is this article about? Yes, yes, yes…I know what you’re saying – “Jeff, I’m an editor. I work on testimonial videos, commercials for products or events, or maybe (if I’m lucky and have an unrelenting desire to work on a single project for 9 to 12 months) a movie. I don’t DO musicals. That’s…that’s […]

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February 5, 2018

Logo Design Trends to Avoid in 2018

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Whether you’re rebranding what you’ve got or starting up a new company or organization from scratch, here are 4 logo trends to avoid. Watch the video below Random Letter Customizations Everyone wants their logo to be unique, and it’s certainly valuable to stand out from the crowd. However, if you’re thinking that chopping up the […]

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January 29, 2018

4 Awesome Tools for Film Editors You May Not Know About

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Any expert in their field will tell you, they’re only as good as the tools they use. I’m constantly on the lookout for ways to make myself faster, more efficient, and, frankly, better at what I do. Over the years of editing, I’ve slowly started assembling a small list of software that is my go-to’s […]

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January 15, 2018

#Phil-osophical: Trust and Gratitude (Let’s Backflip 009)

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Watch the video above, read the commentary below! Like many views and opinions I’ve held, my understanding of gratitude has been affected significantly by my children. More specifically, they’ve been affected by the process of trying to parent my children. Here’s the situation: your kid has just been given something by someone else. Maybe it’s a gift; […]

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January 12, 2018

How I Fixed My Favorite Christmas Movie

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Every year since I was little, a family tradition of mine is to watch “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”. There has not been a year since the film’s release that I’ve missed viewing it, and it’s even become a tradition my sister has passed onto her family and daughters. I have seen the movie so many […]

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October 16, 2017

How writing and editing are two sides of the same coin

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Watch the Video Below An editor’s job is an important step in the film making process. People have said that the post-production stage can easily make or break a project, but why is that? When it comes down to it, an editor is a writer. Not seeing the connection? Both are forms of storytelling albeit […]

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October 11, 2017

Recovering Data from Unrecoverable Disks

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It’s one of those modern life fears we’ve all encountered at some point in our professional lives: going to access your data and it’s gone. Your throat tightens, your eyes bulge, your stomach drops, and you go into full-on panic mode as you attempt futile reasoning with your computer or server. You hope that your […]

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February 22, 2017

Our Drone Fleet and why it’s Awesome

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With cinematography, you always want to pick the right tool for the job. Often, due to timing and budget, the right tool for the job is the one that you own. It’s helpful to have some base level of equipment that you can offer at a moments notice. Here’s what we have in house. For […]

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February 17, 2017

Why You Have to Go The Extra Mile

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You know the expression “It’s the little things…”? There are many variations of it but the core of the saying is that it’s not always the obvious elements that an individual will notice or care about. Often times, the more insignificant, barely noticeable things are what draws the attention even if on a subconscious level. This […]

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