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Digital Production BuZZ

Sep 7, 2012

Join Larry Jordan and Michael Horton as they talk with:

Baret Lepejian, Co-Owner, Julia Dean Photo Workshops LLC

Increasingly, still photographers are being asked to shoot both stills and video with their DSLR cameras. Baret Lepejian, Co-Owner of Julia Dean Photo Workshops, has more than 30 years of experience running successful professional photo labs. He joins us this week with ideas we can pitch to our clients to help them incorporate video in their business, as well as better understand the latest trend on what photographers need to shoot.

Jessica Sitomer, President, The Greenlight Coach

Times are tough and our budgets – both personal and professional – are being squeezed. How do you stay competitive when searching for new clients when you don’t have big bucks! jessica Sitomer, President of The Greenlight Coach, has some ideas that can help of us find work, whether we have a large, or small, budget.

Trevor Ward, Filmmaker, “I Met With An Accident”

Trevor Ward first visited The BuZZ in early 2011 to talk about his film, “I Met With An Accident.” Since then, he’s been in distribution … well… maybe that’s not the right word…! We could all learn from Trevor’s journey. What did he do right, what could he have done differently and what does he recommend to make our own project successful?

Jim Robertson & Rich Kwiat, Co-Founders, Doddle

Doddle burst onto the scene a short while ago and has reached an enormous audience for its daily news of the entertainment industry. It also created apps to help us with our call sheets during production. CoFounders Jim Robertson, and Rich Kwait, talk about their new startup and what it is like to report news in this digital age.

Philip Hodgetts, CEO, Intelligent Assistance

Adobe announced “Adobe Anywhere” earlier today, a new technology that supports multiple editors working remotely on the same project. However, The Buzz and Philip Hodgetts first brought you news of this as a technology “sneak-peek,” earlier this year in our coverage of the 2012 NAB Show. Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance, joins us to explain why this news is so important to video editors.