Assignment Desk | Drone
May
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New Drone Regulations

For drone pilots that pass an FAA test and receive Part 107 certification, the sky is truly the limit. Unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly known as drones, are becoming increasingly popular.  Filmmakers can now soar above the horizon and capture perspectives that humans rarely get to experience. Secretary Chao announced in January that the U.S….

Robotic Bread Maker
May
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Robotic Bread Maker | Walla Walla, WA

Robotic Bread Maker | It’s the best thing since sliced bread… You don’t have to slice it yourself. Innovation Nation partnered with Assignment Desk and Go To Team’s Seattle cameraman Zach Caby and audio Ted Kinney to capture the robotic bread maker in action. The shoot took place in Walla Walla, WA at a busy…

Managing A Crew | Assignment Desk
Apr
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Manage a Crew on Set | How to Guide

Managing a crew on set can be a difficult task.  Being in charge of others can be intimidating whether it’s a small or large group of people.  Whether you’re new to the job or you’ve been doing this a long time, it’s always good to get some tips on what to keep in mind when…

Sleep Apnea | David DiFalco
Apr
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Washington D.C. Crew | Sleep Apnea Effects

Sleep apnea is scary, and Assignment Desk crews just learned all about it. No one enjoys struggling to get a full night’s rest. They especially don’t enjoy being unable to breathe. Symptoms for sleep apnea range from mild relaxation of the throat muscles to full on gasping for air. Whether you have been diagnosed, or…

Importance of Still Images
Apr
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The Importance of Still Images from Shoots

A picture really can tell a thousand words. And we love it when our master DP’s send still images from their shoot days! Still images can really spark their viewer’s imaginations and allow their minds to fill in the rest of the action. Today, more and more photographers straddle the line between still images and…