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  1. As always thank to anyone in advance who reads this and your generosity with sharing your opinions and experience. I am in the process of prepping for a particular shoot, one of which that I do not have any experience in the type of shooting, although I'm eager to learn. Basically, the job requires me to 1 shot of a small rodent being shipped in from abroad on a closed set in a studio. We are to film it inside a box with 30cm width and 100cm length; interior walls fully blacked out, and the box is filled with sand and a few elements of grass. In this box it will be able to move arou
  2. The first of its kind, this workshop on wildlife cinematography is taught by EMMY award winner Robin Cox and Keshav Sishta in conjunction with Field Projects International and Primates Peru in the Amazonian rainforests of Peru. Be one of the first eight applicants to register to receive the early-bird rate ($2400 per person). Enrollment opens: June 8, 2015 at 8 am (Central Standard Time) Unlike any other workshop out there, students will gain exclusive access to expert cinematographers and field biologists at the same time! At the completion of the course, students will enhance their p
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