Julie Babcock - November 13th, 2009
November 12, 1970 marked the birth of a story so outrageous it was often considered an urban legend. A 45-foot dead whale, weighing a whopping eight tons, washed up onto a beach in Florence, Oregon. Due to the sheer size and increasingly putrid smell of the deceased cetacean, the Oregon Department of Transportation decided the best solution for removal was to blow it up using a half-ton of dynamite.
Jennifer O'Rourke - October 21st, 2009
Thrill the World and shoot some fun video with the ultimate zombie dance-off. Thriller.
Anonymous (not verified) - September 30th, 2009
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Scott Memmott - September 30th, 2009
Ive been having an interesting conversation with school instructor Dylan Bennett over a blog post I made on Monday about a ...
Jennifer O'Rourke - September 22nd, 2009
Jennifer O'Rourke - September 16th, 2009
Where are all the shooting gigs? How do you find them? Craigslist? Your local newspaper want ads? Some other vague work-for-hire site?
I just got back last night from shooting a 3-day gig with my brother down in central California. His specialty has been architectural, environmental, lighting and product images, my specialty has been all about people: interviews and sound recording. Together we made a pretty good team and wondered how we'd shop ourselves around better.
Jennifer O'Rourke - July 10th, 2009
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers; better known as ASCAP
, is targeting videos on YouTube for royalty payment for it's professional creative members. This is a good thing for producers who work hard at making their product, only to see that someone has "borrowed" some of that property clips for their own use. But the average consumer who just wants to make a simple video using a well-know song as their music bed might get confused.
Anonymous (not verified) - July 06th, 2009
From a International Documentary Association press release.
International Documentary Association Announces twenty-eight films to be shown in New York and Los Angeles from July 31st - August 20th, 2009. From the astonishing stories of starvation, persecution, and escape from the world's worst human rights violator to the surprising inside story of an iconic cult, the International Documentary Association (IDA) presents this years DocuWeeks Theatrical Documentary Showcase. www.documentary.org/docuweeks09
Jennifer O'Rourke - June 24th, 2009
As more video comes to light from the struggle inside Iran, one must marvel at the technology making this all possible. Even a decade ago, people had to reply mostly on images smuggled out of an area of conflict by journalists working for the traditional media. Now, with all the quick down-n-dirty ways of getting images on the airwaves, anyone who can get footage to the right sources can get their footage seen by the world.
Jennifer O'Rourke - June 10th, 2009
You may have read about Metacafe in the annals of our magazine and website; it was a great resource for videographers to make money with online content. In fact, recently, (like just last week,) we did a Making Money vidcast focused on several revenue sharing sites, including Metacafe.