Anthony Dominici, a veteran cinematographer, director of photography and film/TV producer, explains how a video shoot works
The Spanish News Team talks about developing stories in the music industry
CFMAE Staff, Students, and supporters define CFMAE's goals and its accomplishments as an organization
CFMAE Members talk about their experience working as media managers and videographers for the Bonnaroo Music Festival
In this full-length presentation of a forum presented at Loyola University, New Orleans, noted cinematographer Brad Rushing discusses both the art of shooting great video and the art of developing your career. Drawing on his own experiences, he shares his thoughts on why its important to choose who you work with and the projects you accept, why you need to manage your reputation as an indispensable part of your career, and why building that reputation relies heavily on the relationships you forge with your peers and employers. He also discusses how a video crew does its work, the relative merits of shooting on film stock versus digital, and how to shoot great video on a shoestring.
Cinematographer Brad Rushing discusses his experiences photographing videos for Eminem, and describes just what the duties and responsibilities of a cinematographer are.
In a seminar at Loyola University, New Orleans, cinematographer Brad Rushing describes the three departments who crew a video shoot grip, electrical, and camera the key roles in each, and what each department contributes to the process.
In a seminar at Loyola University, New Orleans, cinematographer Brad Rushing discusses the advantages and shortcomings of shooting video on film versus on digital media, and describes the technical and aesthetic concerns that drive the decision to use one or the other on a specific project.
In a seminar at Loyola University, New Orleans, cinematographer Brad Rushing discusses the various levels of control that directors might take over a project.