First Newscast

Joe Randeen

As we are all aware, distance learning is not easy on students and teachers (and families for that matter).  Our TV Broadcasting students have been especially saddened that they can’t get into our amazing student to create our Newscasts.  But, true to form, my students will and do overcome adversities. A few weeks into our school year I asked the

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Hear We Go

Joe Randeen

Students and family, here we go.  It’s been a long time since we have seen the inside of a classroom.  Due to our current situation, it’s going to be a bit longer.   That said, we are moving ahead and we ARE going to SUCCEED.  That I am sure of.   Don’t Panic Be Patient Think Positive Put on your Creative Minds

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Painting

Joe Randeen

As with most construction projects, they take longer that we anticipate or hope. We are SO close to being ready to broadcast.  We got the main green screen hung but needed to paint for the 2nd green screen, which we started today. We are also painting a small area around the main green screen – JUST IN CASE. Studio –

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Motion Smoothing

Joe Randeen

Motion Smoothing Is Ruining Cinema If you are a lover of movies/film, this is something you should be aware of.  Chances are, most people have not heard of Motion Smoothing.  I came across this interesting article on the subject. Motion Smoothing Is Ruining Cinema: Filmmakers hate it. Viewers do, too. So why is it the default setting on almost every

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10 Directing Tips from to Inspire You

Joe Randeen

This is excerpted from No Film School. You can visit their site for the full article. David Fincher has an incredibly unique visual style, both in terms of composition and use of color. He knows how to keep his audience guessing through the use of clever plot twists and strong storytelling and he’s never been afraid to buck the Hollywood system or play by his own

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