Next Steps: Digital Production

New standards in picture quality, innovations in workflow, and the introduction of production systems at every budget level have marked the evolution of Digital Production in 2002. And with the extension of 24p into lower resolution digital formats, today’s possibilities for shooting digital video seem endless. How do filmmakers remain informed? What are the questions you need to address to accomplish your aesthetic goals? Join noted professionals as they take a shot at this rapidly moving target–have your technical questions ready. Moderated by Judy Irola, head of cinematography at USC. Sponsored by Utah Film Commission.


Judy Irola
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