On every commercial shoot you spend a lot of time hauling equipment around to various locations, creating multiple setups and keeping track of both talent and crew. This expenditure of time severely limits the number of projects you can take on. Could there be a better way?
With YouTube having more than 1 billion users on it’s site, you may be asking yourself, “How can I find my voice in the sea of videos?” Here, we are going to give you a practical guide to strengthening your vlogging voice.
Storytelling has been around since humans were able to communicate with each other. What evolves are the mediums in which we tell these stories. It’s easy to get caught up in the flashy toys, the lights, cameras, the action. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the lifestyle or the attention that being a creator entails. But, at the core of most great pieces of art or entertainment is a really good story.
Last August, I was invited by a host of one of the YouTube channels I follow to VEDA. I learned VEDA is an acronym for Vlog Everyday in August (and also in April). Vloggers all across the world are encouraged to meet others, share online, and vlog for the 31 days in the month. But what does it take to be a vlogger? Did I have the gear I needed to produce a vlog?
5 ways to avoid embarrassment - Client based video production. Client relationships are at the heart of good business. Being prepared is key to success.
We show you 5 ways to avoid embarrassment and win favor with your client. A great product begins with a great experience.
Money is a big part of movie making, but not everything. Big budget movies fail all the time, and small budget ones succeed from time to time. Here we look at tips for cutting a budget without damaging the integrity of your work.
Altermedia’s Studio Suite has been a standard in studio management software for the better part of two decades, and the experience shows in their latest release, Studio Suite Xi. Designed to be the go-to platform to simplify workflows in pretty much any production environment, how does the current generation compete in an increasingly competitive space?
Sometimes the movie in your mind isn't the one that ends up on tape. When this happens, how do you know if it's because you don't have the right equipment or if it's because you don't have the right skill set?