Mike Wilhelm - April 30th, 2012
If you spend much time on Twitter or the blogosphere, you've probably noticed the extreme number of time-lapse videos that are going viral around the web. What's the deal with their sudden popularity? I chalk it up to a number of factors. The first is that modern digital cameras can shoot time-lapse photos without a need for an external control device. Second is the recent popularity of compact camera sliders. Third is the fact that HDR (high dynamic range) photography is easier than ever to accomplish. Finally, the nature of the internet dictates that once a number of these videos goes viral, more and more people will jump on board.
Jennifer O'Rourke - April 27th, 2012
Videomaker forums are chock full of advice from real video pros, and best of all, they're FREE! Our forums survey wants to know: who are YOU?
Jennifer O'Rourke - April 26th, 2012
Dont know how to do something? Confused by the high tech lingo in your instruction manual? No problem! Nowadays, we just grab our nearest internet capable device, plug in our favorite search engine and click the go button. You will find links to dozens of different sites, lists and columns of instructions, but if you need a visual guide, youre going to be looking for a video.
Mike Wilhelm - January 23rd, 2012
As you're honing your skills with video, you may be asked to do some video work for someone else. Use this rate calculator to determine what to charge.
Jackson Wong - December 29th, 2011
Anyone can point a video camera at something and press record. However, creating quality videos requires an understanding of basic video production concepts.
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.