Want to learn how to make a storyboard for video or film? Videomaker has asked a professional Hollywood storyboard artist to share the tips and techniques that an aspiring storyboard artist needs to understand in our latest free report How to make a Storyboard: Movie Storyboarding Examples.
Whats Your [Video] Beef?
Here's your chance to "Speak Out"! To let the Videomaker World know how you feel about stupid OBVIOUS video errors that you notice time after time after time after, etc...
Do you have a Top 5 Video Pet Peeves List on shooting, editing, composition, continuity and sound?
Every once in a while a well-produced video comes our way that we want to share with our readers. The Super List is one such project - it's a great video and all the more fascinating because it is the producer's first feature. Will Gallego attended a Videomaker workshop a few years ago, and has been an avid reader of Videomaker, and recently sent us this video for a look-see.
What in the world do a Red Herring or McGuffin have in common with the movie-making world? Learning and understanding movie terminology is important to anyone interested in working with people in the movie industry. Some terms, however, seem silly, but a deeper explanation gives you better insight into storytelling magic.
Just a few weeks ago, Videomaker had the privilege of sending a member of it's staff to Yellowstone national park with the exciting promise of being able to get our hands on one of Canon's newest releases. What we saw when we arrived was Canon's completely redesigned 60D. With 1920x1080 video resolution plus an articulating LCD screen, this camera immediately drew our undivided attention.
Film and video festivals are great ways to meet other enthusiasts just like you, and nothing gets the blood pumping faster than joining a 48-hour film challenge. Moments after you receive the theme, you then have only two days to plan, shoot, edit and deliver your finished video - do you have the guts to do what it takes?