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The art of not falling in

This past weekend, Scott Linesburgh wrote a story about making the most of the Delta waterways, using a trip out on Jim Painter’s BottomLine as the launching point for the story. I went along for the ride with Scott and Record Photo Editor Craig Sanders. The easy part was motoring out of the Stockton Sailing […]

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Cell phone video – in high definition

I shoot video as part of my job, but it often surprises people when they learn my husband and I don’t own a video camera. We have a legitimate reason. Our video camera was stolen during a 2008 home burglary. We never replaced it. After all, I’m not one to edit hours and hours of […]

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The $14 (or $30) steady camera

I participated in a panel discussion at San Joaquin Delta College a couple week back as part of the second annual MediaFest event. The day-long event included workshops,  panel discussions and – at the end of the day – awards for Delta College students. I was getting ready to leave when I briefly chatted with […]

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Utilizing the iPhone for news

Stockton education reporter Roger Phillips has a knack for bridging the gap between print and new media reporting. He often finds unique and interesting ways to make his stories more relevant by pitching video components and multimedia projects. Lately, though, he’s focused on upping the ante on his popular blog. Last night as he reported […]

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