In this episode of the Videomaker Podcast, Chris and Mike talk about how to make the leap from amateur to professional in the world of video production and filmmaking.
The Videomaker Podcast #8 with Mike Wilhelm and Chris Monlux
https://www.buzzsprout.com/725097/2347988-making-tv-commercials-for-a-living.js?player=smallIn this episode of the Videomaker Podcast, Chris and Mike talk about what it's like to make TV commercials for a living.Listen on iTunesListen on SpotifyMusic Licensed from PremiumBeat
On this episode, we have a conversation with travel vlogger Juliana Broste; we talk about how to get the best video possible out of a mobile phone; and we argue about whether or not anyone really needs 6K video.
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What do you do when you’ve been offered more work than you have time? That’s a question many freelancers are faced with all too often
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No matter how skilled you are as a videographer, you won't be able to win or keep clients with an unprofessional attitude. Here's how to make a good impression, both on and off set.
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Project management for video means figuring out what needs to be done, in what order and by what time. Then, you must ensure it actually gets done.
Ever wonder if entering a video contest is a smart use of your time? There are numerous benefits to stretching your creativity with some healthy competition.
With the gig economy experiencing a full boom, more attention than ever is turning to the backbone of companies, like Uber — independent contractors.
A video is not a work of art until it has been edited. That's where the magic happens. Here's how to harness that magic as a full-time video editor.
Making video is more accessible than ever, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be compensated for your time and skill. Here's how to compete with free when it comes to video production work.

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