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It wasn’t until the year 2002, when George Lucas shot Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, that an entire major motion picture was shot using nothing but a digital camera.  In 2009, Slumdog Millionaire became the first movie shot mainly with... Read more
As people continue to make the shift from traditional cable television viewing to internet streaming services, video producers are faced with an entirely new and expanding niche market that is sure to become more lucrative as time passes. With internet streaming customers... Read more
Would you love to work behind the scenes of a major film production, sporting event, concert, or even a community speaking affair? Do you also have a knack for all things technological and love the thought of breaking into the IT (Information Technology) world? If so,... Read more
When you settle down at your favorite movie theater on Friday night to watch the newest movie release, do you ever reflect on the actual images you are viewing. Probably not.  Unless you are interested in becoming the person responsible for those images being recorded... Read more
If you strive to be the next Walter Cronkite, Peter Jennings, or even the next Howard Stern, know that becoming an on-air broadcaster is no easy feat. Beyond your on-camera looks, voice, and delivery of information there is a whole slew of skills that are required to make... Read more
Video editing offers those who have just graduated from The Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts many rewarding and lucrative job opportunities.  In fact, thanks to the Internet, video streaming via desktops, tablets, and even smartphones has continued to grow at... Read more

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