Jennifer O'Rourke - November 18th, 2011
Looking for video props? Wigs, costumes, fake swords, zombie makeup, scars, skin putty and glue are all on sale, and you wont find them again 'til next year.
Jennifer O'Rourke - October 26th, 2011
Videomaker's in-house workshops are the perfect opportunity to get all your toughest video and videography questions answered by a live Videomaker expert.
mikerosen - October 25th, 2011
What if you could make professional grade video the first time you picked up a camera? Videomaker's new free report "8 Tips for a Stellar First Video" will show you how to become a better videographer on your first shoot. Maybe you've wanted to make video for a while; maybe you just caught the video bug recently. Either way, something's holding you back maybe you're worried that any video you make will look amateurish next to those made by long-time video enthusiasts.
Julie Babcock - October 24th, 2011
Recording good audio during video production is invaluable. When using lavalier mics, placement can play a role in how well the mic picks up your talent's voice
Julie Babcock - October 15th, 2011
Have you ever had an idea for a documentary, but just didn't know where to start? Videomaker's upcoming Documentary Production Webinar will help you obtain the knowledge you will need to organize your documentary, tell your story effectively, and improve your chances for distribution success.
Julie Babcock - October 04th, 2011
In video production, lighting is primarily used for obtaining proper exposure. However, it can also be used to help enhance story elements.
Julie Babcock - September 22nd, 2011
Learning how to record good audio is invaluable to the process of making a video. Unfortunately, it is often an afterthought or considered something that can be easily fixed in post production. Video producers have had to learn the hard way that there is no substitution for properly recorded audio.
Jennifer O'Rourke - September 15th, 2011
On-line sources for video content of all sorts, from artistic to instructional to experimental, are multiplying at a dizzying pace. Clearly there is no shortage of inspiration for those of us who are as passionate about video.
Julie Babcock - August 17th, 2011
With so many things that could go wrong, such as equipment damage, theft or simply not remembering to bring extra batteries, it's easy to be less than enthusiastic about taking your production on the road. One way to soothe those equipment jitters is to be prepared.
Julie Babcock - August 05th, 2011
When lighting for video there are many different factors to consider. The quantity and placement of lights are usually the first things that come to mind, however, paying attention to light temperature is equally important if you want your lighting to look professional.