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AP SMOOTH OPERATORS: TRIPOD HEADS FOR VIDEO Unlike tripod heads for still photography, ﬂuid heads are designed to deliver smooth, jerk-free motion when you pan and tilt them during a video clip. Two relatively inexpensive models are the Gitzo G2180 Series 1 and the Manfrotto 503HDV Pro (left). 6 pounds and sells for $350. Both have built-in quick releases. At the other end of the spectrum are OConnor heads, which cost a small fortune but are silky smooth and stop on a dime. The OConnor 1030HD ﬂuid head supports cameras up to 30 pounds and sells for about $5,000.
Indeed, the landscape of professional image making is changing explosively, with HD DSLRs already being used for everything from music videos to broadcast commercials and television shows. David Harry Stewart, a New York- and Los Angeles-based commercial photographer, spread the news early to editors and agencies with whom he worked. When Time magazine asked him to do a story on rescued ﬁghting dogs, he proposed adding video to the job. The editors agreed, and Stewart spent two days shooting stills and one day shooting video.
ENTRY FEE Single Entry: $25 | Series: $40 | Student Work: $10 An entry can be either a single image or a series of images that makes up a cohesive related story using no more than 10 images. To enter the student work category, you must currently be enrolled in classes. JUDGING/WINNERS A panel of photo experts will decide on the semi ﬁnalists, and then a team of American Photo staﬀers will choose the runners up and grand prize winner in each category. The criteria for judging will be threefold: 1.