EVAN STULBERGER

FILM / TV PRODUCTION

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“A 40-year hunt for a killer and hijacker is over with an arrest in Portugal, and a New Jersey family has found justice.”

2012 NY Emmy Awards

I’m very happy to announce that I have been nominated for eight (8) 2012 NY Emmy Awards.

Here’s the breakdown (with links to the stories):

EDITOR: NEWS: Evan Stulberger. March 5, 2011. (WNBC-TV). “Editing
Composite.”

PHOTOGRAPHER: SPORTS: Evan Stulberger. March 5, 2011. (WNBC-TV).
Hot Passion, Cold Ice.

SPORTS COVERAGE: SINGLE STORY: Hot Passion, Cold Ice. February 27,
2011. (WNBC-TV). Katy Tur, Reporter; Evan Stulberger, Producer.

POLITICS/GOVERNMENT: NEWS: Disappearmarks and “Matching Funds
Wasted.”
February 20, 2011. (WNBC-TV). Chris Glorioso, Reporter; Evan
Stulberger, Photographer.

BUSINESS/CONSUMER: NEWS/FEATURE:
Real or Faux Fur. February 3,
2011. (WNBC-TV). Katy Tur, Reporter; Evan Stulberger, Producer.

INVESTIGATIVE: Disappearmarks. February 20, 2011. (WNBC-TV). Chris
Glorioso, Reporter, Evan Stulberger, Producer.

HARD NEWS: SINGLE STORY: 
Ghost Locksmiths. February 10, 2011.
(WNBC-TV). Chris Glorioso, Reporter; Evan Stulberger, Producer.

CONTINUING COVERAGE: School Prostitutes. May 26, 2011. (WNBC-TV).
Chris Glorioso, Reporter; Evan Stulberger, Producer.
(2 Stories: the original, and the follow-up.)

You can find the entire list of nominations here:

The award ceremony is April 1st.

New ACS Commissioner Outlines Plan

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/ACS-Commissioner-Ron-Richter-NYC-Child-Welfare-135882813.html

“The new commissioner of the city’s child welfare system has a tough job ahead of him — the agency receives some 60,000 calls a year reporting child abuse or neglect, and like all city agencies, the department has to manage with a tight budget.”

Behind the Scenes:

Stories that talk generally about victims are often very difficult to put together for TV. We have to have some sort of visual to help carry the narrative, but at the same time, we have to be careful not to associate innocent unrelated people to the actual victims. It’s a struggle. I was lucky with this story, in that I had a chance to shoot nondescript b-roll at a local day care center.

When I don’t have this kind of luxury, I resort to an old standby – the face blur. Andy’s Region Blur is a fantastic (free!) tool for Final Cut Pro. I’ve found it very fast and versatile. It’s very easy to apply a blur to a face and add keyframes to compensate for motion in the shot.

The interview with the ACS Commissioner was shot on a Panasonic HPX-170. The lighting setup was pretty simple, just a Lowel Pro Light (softened down with a white umbrella), a small LED inside the table lamp, and another small LED (daylight balanced) kicking up the stone fireplace in the background.

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