Welcome to another bumper issue of Pro Moviemaker, and yet again it’s bursting at the seams with a rich mix of stories covering all aspects of the world of filmmaking. We’ve just returned from a heaving IBC show, so we’re kicking off this issue with a run-down of some of the big announcements. And as always, there was plenty going on at this excellent and stimulating event.
Also in this issue, Beth Taubner catches up with Sarah Silver, one of New York’s finest exponents of stills and video, while to celebrate its 50th anniversary, we talk to Mark Brown, who specialises in Super 8.
On the technique front this issue, there’s a tutorial on miking an interview situation and a look at accessories that will introduce movement into your footage. Plus James Vellacott explains how streaming has come of age.
Meanwhile Dan Chung is waxing lyrical about his rediscovered fondness for smaller and more manageable cameras, while in his Business Bootcamp, Den Lennie turns his attention to the all-important task of managing projects – and charging a decent rate for your time.
On the test front, we rate a trio of action cams and the Sony FS7 – fast acquiring cult status – so there’s plenty inside for everyone. So dive in. I hope you enjoy the read!