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Posted May 16, 2010
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As someone who works in the video industry (I work as Art DIrector for a production house here in Columbus), I'm often inundated with offers for magazines for video products and sound systems and just about any other thing you can think of. (Disney Princesses? Really?) Video Maker came about as part of a bundle pack I bought in to, and was chosen simply by the name. It quickly became the one I look forward to the most. Some magazines have product reviews, some have how-to tips, while some have articles about trade shows and industry professional interviews. The ones that were half decent have since stopped printing in lieu of digital web campaigns. This one hasn't, and it has them all. They handle things like the newer cameras that have taken the market by storm (and surprise..heh heh), review national happenings and it-people, while focusing on things you'd think would be obvious. (How to make a makeshift sandbag) to the not so obvious (how to film in the day and make it look like night). It even covers Audio. Thank you.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
We receive magazines about special effects and graphics, and they're fun to read, but realistically we're not a special effects house. We shoot film, and this magazine caters to that. I love it. There, I said it. Lots of book offers throughout let me know that if I need to bone up on a certain topic, it's only a click away.