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A little about what Liz does.
With full access to Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, and Final Cut Pro 7 there’s no limit for creativity in post-production. Check this page out to see examples of previous editing work. *More examples available upon request – email@example.com
Color correction is much more than ensuring the image is brought to it’s full potentional. Most audiences do not notice how the grade can effect the mode of a scene and put them into the characters shoes. The final color grade of film not only brings out the best in the image, but throws the […]
Liz’s goal is to always push an image to it’s full potential – photography is the perfect opportunity for that. Shot using Nikon D7000 and edited in Photoshop CS6 To see more check out Liz’s flickr or instagram.
After her reality is shattered, 8-year-old Sophie attempts to come to terms with growing up, even if she is unsure of what that means. Shot in the fall of 2012, completed in the summer of 2013, and has been on the festival circuit in 2014. “Sophie” is a short film about family, lying, and […]
From the Blog
“Sophie” has kept up it’s festival momentum. A couple weeks ago, it received a warm welcome at the New Hope Film Festival. “Sophie” received two awards and an additional nomination! The team walked away receiving an award for “Eye on Female Filmmaking”, “Audience Selection Best Student Film”, and a Jury Nomination for Best Student Film. […]
Short film? Check. Postcards and business cards? Check. Updated website? Check. Excitement/nerves/anxiety/more excitement? Check. This article by Filmmaker Magazine best described what the Short Film Corner will be like: While the concept of dropping into the world’s largest film event and competing with 999 other short filmmakers for the industry’s attention may seem like a Survivor-like […]