Brendan Shick | Freelance Film, Broadcast, & Digital Media

4 Must Watch Director’s Commentaries – Even if You’re Not a Film Geek

4 Must Watch Director's Commentaries - Even if You're Not a Film Geek

4 Director's Commentaries for any sensibility or taste! At least one of these will appeal to you...
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – Learning the Pitfalls of HFR

Learn the Pitfalls of HFR

Don't make the mistake of paying more for a lower quality theater experience. Here's a look at what HFR really does to your image straight from a cinematographer's mouth...errr...pen...err...whatever.
Baseball Broadcasts: Behind the Scenes

Broadcasting Baseball

Ever wonder how the game gets from the field to your television set? We're sharing a behind-the-scenes look.

“It’s Not Rewind; It’s ‘Fast Backward'” Editor's Pick

“It’s Not Rewind; It’s ‘Fast Backward'”

Words often have an archaic usage. We still say we’re “filming” even when we shoot digital. The newscaster still says, “don’t touch that dial” despite the fact that the radio station is streaming only and the “dial” is actually a touchscreen on the listener’s Android phone.

One that caught my attention recently is the word “rewind.”

In this case, the word is not merely being used archaically; it’s starting to disappear entirely.

“Photo Album:” What It Used to Mean Editor's Pick
Nov 22 2011

“Photo Album:” What It Used to Mean

If you’re older than 20 years old, you can probably sympathize with me, whether you realize it or not. Remember when you used to visit relatives that you hadn’t seen for a year, held a family reunion, attended a church picnic, or got invited over for dinner with a friend of the family that you hadn’t visited in a while?

All of these are vastly different experiences now than they were in the 90s. It used to be that one of, if not the only, central event of these activities was sitting down at a table and looking through someone’s photo album.

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