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Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek’ dies By Clip Syndicate - Leonard Nimoy, whose portrayal of "Star Treks" logic-driven, half-human science officer Spock made him an iconic figure to generations, died Friday. He was 83. The Los Angeles Times and New York Times confirmed his death with his wife, Susan Bay Nimoy. The cause of death was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, she told the New York Times. Nimoys career in show business spanned more than six decades and included stints as a stage actor, television guest star, series regular and movie veteran. ...Read More »
Gigi Hadid And Model Pals Celebrate 100 Years Of Maybelline By Clip Syndicate Gigi Hadid and other Maybelline beauties joined the makeup brand to celebrate its 100th birthday. Gigi was head to toe in Balmain for the event. She matched a floor length orange striped jacket with a mini skirt to show off her long legs, a high neck black top completed the look. Hey makeup was perfection, a bold dark cat eye with a super glossy nude lip. British Jourdan Dunn wowed in white for the occasion, with an asymmetrical hem and a midriff cutout revealing her svelte figure. She was joined by a camera ready Emily Di Donato, who rocked a fresh-faced look for the event. Charlotte Kemp Muhl worked some quirky cartoon ears with a khaki boiler suit while Toni Garn chose to keep it simple in a white blouse. ...Read More »
Artist of War--Chuck Caldwell By Miles Weston Today's independent filmmakers never know when their next great film idea will emerge, which is one of the reasons Cirina Catania, of The Catania Group, never leaves home without her basic capture/workflow tools in an on-board Explorer case. On a flight to visit her mother in Pennsylvania, her case included a Blackmagic Pocket camera, Sony A7r, batteries, a small Lumos light, extra SD cards, a Thunderbolt 2 dock, a 4TB OWC ThunderBay 4 mini and a 1TB OWC Envoy Pro EX. She also hand-carried her MacBook Pro and a small tripod. Because of weight and space limitations, tools like extra lenses and other "nice to have" equipment were left behind. ...Read More »
Defining The Art of Shaving with Blackmagic Design For many men, shaving their facial hair is a necessary evil. If they are not careful, they risk nicks, cuts and irritation, and the process is tedious and sometimes downright uncomfortable. Although shaving can be a chore, it's a must for many, unless they want to look like a member of the Duck Dynasty family. One of the questions that employees receive most often is "What's the difference between a traditional and royal shave?" To help answer this question and help customers better understand its services, Director Christopher Califano recently shot a video that brought the shaving experience to life using the Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF, Pocket Cinema Camera and DaVinci Resolve color corrector. ...Read More »
Keep an Eye on Your Workplace With Mobile Surveillance By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly New technology lets you monitor multiple job sites or business locations in real-time for increased safety and security. ...Read More »
Keep an Eye on Your Workplace With Mobile Surveillance By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly New technology lets you monitor multiple job sites or business locations in real-time for increased safety and security. ...Read More »
'Bob and the Trees' Survives the Winter Thanks to Help from Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Director Diego Ongaro knew he had his star when he first encountered Bob Tarasuk six years ago. "I was instantly attracted to his magnetic personality and captivating stories. Logging, his main line of work, became a fascination for me. I've often wondered about the history of the plank you buy at the lumberyard or the log you throw in the fireplace," explained Ongaro. "I'm captivated by the physical connection between the human body and the trees, the balance of power when it comes time to take a tree down and how small a man is compared to a giant oak. Yet, the paradox is that man usually wins." ...Read More »
“Country: Portraits of an American Sound” By Clip Syndicate “Country: Portraits of an American Sound”, a new documentary film, chronicles country music's history and deep roots through the lenses of renowned photographers. ...Read More »
Jeff Foster speaks @NABShow By Ko Maruyama Our friend Jeff Foster will be speaking at NABShow next week to talk about drones. If you know Jeff, or his work, you know that he's interested in both production and post production. He is always helpful and excited to teach people about new techniques and technologies. ...Read More »
Portable Videoconferencing for Business By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Businesses of all sizes can now afford to connect quickly with customers, vendors and remote employees anytime and anywhere. ...Read More »

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