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Setting out your terms of business
Den Lennie Its one thing to win a client and work, but it can be a whole different thing getting paid. Setting out a simple one-page terms of agreement can protect you. Im not qualified to give legal advice so I encourage you to seek professional advice when setting up your own terms of business. In simple terms, you just need to write down clearly and concisely what you will and wont be responsible for when youre engaged with the client project.
Tags: iss107 | terms of business | terms of agreement | project | production | contract | Den Lennie
Contributing Author Den Lennie Click to read
Dynamic display revolution!
KitPlus Projection mapping and dynamic video displays have transformed live events and performance art. Blended projection and massive video walls have given event directors the ability to deliver a whole new level of creativity to theatre, music and outdoor events.
Tags: iss104 | projection mapping | dynamic video display | live events | performance art | media server | KitPlus
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How to charge premium prices
Den Lennie How much should I charge? Is probably the most commonly asked question I receive here at F-Stop Academy. And the answer? As much as you can and your client is willing to pay. In business it is your duty to maximise your profit.
Tags: iss098 | project | video industry | f-stop academy | pricing | shooting | Den Lennie
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The UKs PTZ explosion
Kieron Seth# The advent of broadcast quality, remotely controlled PTZ cameras has had an enormous impact on television production in the UK.
Tags: iss083 | ptz | pan | tilt | zoom | camera | heads | ball | panasonic | he20 | nigel wilkes | holdan | technicians | broadcast | projects | case study | Kieron Seth#
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Following the Ravensbourne 3: What a past few months!
Ruth Matos Here I am, at the end of my course BA Hons Production. For this final term I had to submit several projects including a portfolio showing a wide range of skills that I have developed and learnt.
Tags: iss079 | student | ravensbourne | guide | life | diary | projects | filming | course | Ruth Matos
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Alex Fine is super busy: Following the Ravensbourne 3
Alex Fine This part of the term in final year at Ravensbourne is quite difficult. My peers and I are all having to either Direct and/or Produce two films (of any type) and work in minor/ supporting roles for at least two other films.
Tags: iss077 | alex fine | ravensbourne | student | stars in ancaster | cowes week | filming | projects | course | busy | life of | Alex Fine
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Following the Ravensbourne 3: Ruth Matos manages her time
Ruth Matos During the past three months at university I was extremely busy with my projects, and unfortunately had to give up a lot of outside opportunities that came along. As I am in the third year of my course I had to give priority to my university projects. Nevertheless I had a hectic schedule and had to be good at managing my time.
Tags: iss076 | ravensbourne | student | projects | course | university | time | management | students | following the ravensbourne 3 | Ruth Matos
Contributing Author Ruth Matos Click to read
Thanks for the memory
N/A If I need to impress on someone just how old I really am, I explain that my first computer had 32kB of Ram. Then we go through the you mean 32 meg no, I mean 32 k routine. It does seem implausible that, while I managed to write letters on my BBC Model B, today I need half a million times the memory to bash out columns for TV Bay.
Tags: first computer | iss054 | bbc model b | domesday project | iabm | data storage | N/A
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Tv-bay Digital Signage Special Report IBC2009
N/A Digital signage the use of video screens or projectors to create dynamic information and advertising displays has moved on rapidly from technological showcase and niche market to become a mainstream media. Recent research by Multimedia Intelligence predicts a doubling of the market by 2012, with 2.3 million displays in use worldwide.
Tags: ibc | iss032 | digital signage | projector | monitor | advertising display | N/A
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