Videomaker's Video Production Associate, Igor Zarubin, passed an interesting 12-minute video along to us the other day. It's called Signs, and it is such a simple yet well-produced video that I thought I'd share it with our readers, too.
I've often been asked what my opinion is on the best material to look at critically when learning about video. So I thought that I'd pose the question to all of you out there & see what you guys think? For myself, the best possible video to learn from are commercials. They are direct, tell the story in a very short amount of time and are the best example of the "shoot to edit" technique.
Onei Solutions has just unleashed a brand new 6.1 home theater speaker stand into the world! And I thought that it may be of some interest to Videomaker Readers to look at. After all we all watch TV, some of us are in the process of creating & compiling or already have a Home Theater set up that can make the average movie goer blush.
Do you think you're spending too much time staring at a video screen?
According to a Nielsen study, the average person spends 8 hours a day looking at screens, whether on a TV, computer, mobile device or even an advertising screen in a grocery store checkout line.