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    Jason Marraccini


    Ever since I was a kid, I knew I wanted to be a filmmaker. It didn't take me long to realize that editing was my favorite part of the process. While I plan to blog about a wide range of topics like the newest production equipment, business practices, and current Atlanta production community news, you'll definitely notice a slant towards video post-production in the content that I write. If there's a topic you'd like me to cover, a new piece of software or gear you think I should know about or you just have a question or comment, please feel free to email me directly at [email protected].

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    Post-production is, by definition, a collaborative process. Teamwork is not only crucial internally among the post team, but also externally, between the producer and the client. Its this latter line of communication that I’d like to focus on this month, as this process is something that can make or break...
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    This month’s content survey responses come from Jenn Lee,  ECG’s resident colorist extraordinaire. Check out all her favorites in the categories below. If you need to refresh your memory, read my original Content Survey post that runs down the concept and lists off the various categories. Film Best Dialogue: V...
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    At ECG Productions our full-time staffers often begin working with us as interns. It’s an effective way to test the working relationship (in both directions) and let trust and additional responsibilities develop organically. From a management perspective, we’re a video production company that affords our employees a large degree of...
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    Kelsey is the newest member of the ECG team. She started out as one of our many talented summer interns this past year, but soon showed through her great attitude, hustle and strong desire to learn that she was an indispensable asset. When Kelsey came on board she moved into...
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    I’ve covered the importance of communication and organization in past blogs, but this month I’d like to drill down to focus on a very specific topic: releases. I’ll share a brief anecdote about why this is on my mind at this particular moment (which just happens to be a moment...