Auscam

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Canon IXUS Range
July 1st, 2008

The baseline model of the 80IS is (in Canon’s words) ‘destined to capture the hearts of the style conscious’, and comes in a selection of colours reminiscent of early iMac marketing.

Classic Scene: Cloverfield
October 16th, 2011

Watching for tracking shots is always fun, but they work best when you don’t even realise they’re there. Director Matt Reeves’ Godzilla homage Cloverfield had a unique device that allowed him to include some impressive sequences — the story about a giant beast attacking New York was all done from the point of view of a camcorder user, Blair Witch Project-style.


Create Stunning HTML Email That Just Works
August 23rd, 2010

Forget referencing an external CSS file, putting everything in standards-compliant div tags or giving control over font size to your user. The only way to make sure your HTML email works in all major emails clients (and there are far more of them than web browsers) is to use tables. Yes, you read that right.

DV Filmmaking from Start to Finish
October 1st, 2009

It reads like a lot of other books you might have read on being a great filmmaker, explaining the terminology of an extreme close up versus a long shot and which boom mike is best for a particular set-up. But each section gives you a feel for what you’re in for doing so in the digital world, and they’re not tacked-on subchapters either, the text drilling right down into explaining the digital approach.


YouTube: An Insider’s Guide to Climbing the Charts
July 1st, 2009

It’s not until Chapter 7; Building Your Audience that the book starts to make good on the promise we interpreted from the title, not expecting shooting advice or a YouTube How-to guide (not that they’ll be unwelcome depending on your skillset). But after awhile it’s evident most of the information is just more technicalities, explaining spambots, listing the cheats and hacks you can employ but telling you why you shouldn’t and sales strategies like Google Adsense.

First Look: Final Cut Pro 6
October 1st, 2007

The Avid suite of products are still the first choice for pros, but Final Cut proved long ago it could do the same job, and with so many good features both new and old, Final Cut Pro 6 edges Apple one step closer to dominating yet another field.






Adobe Creative Suite 5 Master Collection - $4,344, Production Premium - $2,840, Design Premium - $3,175, ...
August 5th, 2010

YouTube: An Insider’s Guide to Climbing the Charts It's part of the zeitgeist. Just like the holy grail a couple ...
July 1st, 2009

Canon IXUS Range Previously a very practical, no-nonsense imaging provider, Canon last month repositioned itself ...
July 1st, 2008

First Look: Final Cut Pro 6 Drew Turney finds out if the video editing component of Apple's industry-leading ...
October 1st, 2007

Film Distribution 2.0 Sydney film producer Enzo Tedeschi and his partners took a unique approach ...
November 13th, 2011

Classic Scene: An American Werewolf in London Horror make-ups effects so impressive they invented an Oscar for it – ...
April 10th, 2012


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