Videomaker's Tips & Techniques are an easy way to learn how to make better video. Our instructional videos cover everything from pre-production planning and video production to video editing and distribution. Learn how to achieve realistic green screen effects, in-camera effects, as well as great lighting and audio for video.
Want to know how to get the job? A good demo reel is a good place to start. We discuss the mind of the hiring manager and what you should focus on.
5 ways to avoid embarrassment - Client based video production. Client relationships are at the heart of good business. Being prepared is key to success.
We show you 5 ways to avoid embarrassment and win favor with your client. A great product begins with a great experience.
Letting a perfectly good camera sit in your pocket is a travesty when you could be shooting great video today! In this training video we show you how to get better video with your smartphone including mistakes to avoid, and tips on framing, stabilization, exposure & focus, lighting, audio, and accessories.
Ever wonder what makes you a pro? Sometimes it's the little things that make all the difference. Here are 5 Simple things to help you on your journey.
Want to take your video to the next level and have it look like the pro's? Start with a Noise Removal Plugin.
What should you charge for your production? How do you determine what is a fair price? How to keep your client happy. We explore the answers.
We hear the term "global" and "rolling" shutter a lot. But how do these two types of shutter differ, and what does it mean for your footage?
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If you're new to video production, or video lighting in general, and need gear, we'll put you on the right track.
We're very excited to bring you this interview with Devin Graham, AKA Devin Supertramp! Devin tells us all about his workflow, how Team Supertramp earns money, why he's changed his primary camera from Canon to RED, his preference in camera support and stabilization and tons more.
Q&A: Should you buy Premiere Pro CC or Final Cut Pro X?