I've been on my current project for 3 years and I'm looking for something new. I will do editing remotely but would be willing to travel to film. My background is in TV, filming and editing "reality". Currently I am the one man production crew for a hunting show that is airing on Sportsman Channel, Wild TV and Pursuit Channel. If you are looking for the right person to produce your new or existing TV show I have the resources to get the job done at a fraction of the cost of a production house. Portfolio: http://bryonvideo.wordpress.com/
A healthy crew is a happy crew and nothing makes your crew happier (and willing to work longer,) than a good grub table. No chips and dips, please, feed the crew well and they'll stick around. Here are five tips to taking care of the food needs for your crew.
When it comes right down to it, video production is about relationships. Yes, you need skills to produce a project, but if you can't find anyone willing to hire you, then it's going to be pretty tough to make a living. Impressing a client is a crucial element that will help you get repeat business, as well as referrals. With that in mind, here are five tips to impress your next client.
Just saw "2016: Obama's America" and I have to tell you it is a GREAT example for folks who want to pursue any type of documentary production. Good production value, solid content and compelling, provocative.
Ok, so I'm a film student at the college I attend and have been shooting random stuff since High School. Last year I upgraded to a Canon Vixia HF M40. Love the camera, but my first project with it DESTROYED my laptop. So, since then I've been computer less. But I got a credit card, slowly built up my credit, and now I am able to finance a computer from Best Buy for up to 1200. Now, at first I thought I would get a Mac. All the computers at the school are macs and all the classes use Final Cut and Avid on Mac. A promotion they have at the moment is $100 dollars off a Mac with a student I.D.
I am pretty new to production video, and I am wondering if there is a way to set up 5-10 cameras for recording without having each camera independently record? Instead of having 5-10 flip video camcorders set up (around $200 each), is there a better way? I am looking for the video only feed to record on a laptop or other recording device, and I don't need each camera to independently record, like all consumer video cameras do. I hope that makes sense.