Hey, my name is James Regino. A few months ago I started a project called "Just Discover Yourself". The site is about documenting individuals striving to accomplish their dreams. At one point MTV was interested in my project, but everything fell through because I didn't want to lose creative control.
My goal has always been to get into video production, and ever since I began the project, I started to get job offers... but here's my problem... I have no idea what to charge for video work!
As an established video production company based in Bristol we’re always on the look out to form new exciting and potential prosperous partnerships. Our passion is to make films that tell real stories about real people, especially when it's about adventure, culture, and science & technology as it's what we do best! Not only do we produce our own films and footage material we also are proud to own a vast selection of specialist equipment that enables us to produce spectacular shots, normally only available on blockbuster films, for a faction of the price.
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but the company I work for just moved into a building that's 3x bigger than our last, which gives us room to build a video production studio.
We're going to use the studio to film our business videos and we have most of the equipment for that, just need to build a sound proof structure. Another thing we're using the studio for is voiceover work for our animated videos.
How about giving yourself a break from impossible New Year's Resolutions by shooting for something more attainable? Consider this resolution: This year I’m going to improve my level of video production so I can create better videos, win awards or find ways to earn income through video production.
Black Friday has become the official start of the crazy shopping season in the U.S., and retailers have all sorts of tricks to lure bargain hunters in. Videographers looking for video production gear can drop a load of cash on one item... but do you really NEED it, or simply WANT it? Here are a few tips to keeping sane and not getting ripped off this season.
Video in schools used to be limited to an off-site instructor lecturing on a small television to a bored class without much interaction or participation. As this generation's video-centric kids has become more tech-savvy, videos in schools has also matured. From training videos and tutorials, to bringing history alive and teaching video production, bringing video into the classroom is as natural to today's students as pencils.