Noah Kadner’s book about the RED camera has been released and is pretty much the only one.
Check out my ParticleMetrix review for Studio Monthly. Verdict : sweet.
Here’s 10 good steps to getting and keeping a client.
Here’s discussion of Final Cut Studio and Avid feature requests.
Cartoon Creator looks like a fun iPhone app, especially for the budding, young animator.
Is it really cheaper to shoot digitally than to shoot film?
This is a great RED based article from Mike Jones.
Is 222 Apple Motion tutorials enough to keep you busy for a while?
Andy Mees talks about some secret FCP shortcuts.
The built-in Final Cut Pro cropping won’t feather the edge when you actually crop but this plug-in solves that problem.
Here’s an AIR based app that is a library of Adobe application shortcuts.
Concentrate promises to help get work done.
You can reveal hidden menu bar functions in Snow Leopard.
This is a cool power strip.
Here’s a summer 2009 movie wrap-up.
Animoto does “beautifully orchestrated, completely unique video pieces from your media. Free, fast and shockingly easy.” You know, when you don’t want to edit them yourself.
Here’s a color correction case study on a feature film in a nice 27 minute video.
Make it easier to find what you’re looking for with the new Snow Leopard.
What does a 1917 motion picture and a RED camera have in common?
Here’s a very niche book about guerrilla horror filmmakers.
The Yelp iPhone app has added a hidden “augmented reality” feature.
ae tuts has a cool lesson on creating those glitchy interface animations that are quite common.
Gruml is a new Google Reader stand-alone app from the Mac.
Links from Twitter:
And a bit off topic:
50 things that are being killed by the Internet. I might add high quality video production to that too.
Book of the month:
Music of the month:
(or if you really want the physical disc: The ’59 Sound on CD