Julie Babcock - October 21st, 2010
In your pursuit to tell a story through documentary, it's likely that at some point you will need to interview people involved with the issue you're documenting. An interview can be rather harrowing for...
Julie Babcock - October 14th, 2010
It's been known that people will sit through bad video much longer than they will sit through bad audio. For this reason, capturing great audio is invaluable to the process of making a video. Unfortunately, audio is often ...
Julie Babcock - October 05th, 2010
As the saying goes, every picture tells a story. Let us help you tell your story better.
Andy Clark - September 17th, 2010
Since the birth of moving pictures, film and video have been used in all areas of life. For many it's a source of entertainment, a means of income, or simply a way to spend their free time. For others it has been recognized as...
Julie Babcock - September 17th, 2010
Videomakers Webinar Training series continues next week with an all new topic: Wedding and Event Videography.
Julie Babcock - September 03rd, 2010
If you haven't heard about Videomaker's Webinar Training series, our live webinars are taught by our experts and feature a wide spectrum of video production and post production topics such as Green Screen and Special Effects, Advanced Editing, Advanced Shooting, and Documentary Production. Next week, Videomaker's weekly Webinar Training series presents a brand new topic...
Julie Babcock - September 02nd, 2010
There are many transitions you can use when editing, but how do you edit in a way that adds intrigue to your story? By using...
Julie Babcock - August 20th, 2010
For years, Videomaker has been offering training events to help our readers improve upon their video production skills. From expos to workshops, our training events have always focused on teaching quality courses in a manner that is easy to understand. In order to further assist you in the learning process, Videomaker has designed a new Webinar Training series
Julie Babcock - August 19th, 2010
There are many reasons you might choose to control the spill. Perhaps the spill is interfering with another light source, or maybe you want to strategically place a dramatic shadow that will conceal an area of your scene. What ever the reason, learning the ways in which you can control light spill will allow you to better light your scene.
Julie Babcock - August 09th, 2010
Videomaker has designed a new Webinar Training series. Our live webinar series features a wide spectrum of video production and post production topics, and will be taught by our experts. This week's webinar is focused on Advanced Shooting...