Restrictions on gatherings are being lifted all over and many industries are coming back. One industry that seems to be roaring back to life is the wedding industry and, of course, wedding videos. Before the pandemic, it was estimated that the US spent more than $50 Billion a year...
The season has changed and Spring is upon us. It’s time to think about new growth and renewed life. It’s also a great time to think about getting outdoors and growing some new skills. There is nothing like a bright sunny day, with flowers blooming and birds chirping, to...
Imagine a time in America when politics was deeply divided. Congressional investigations and accusations were flying in Washington. There were name-calling and finger-pointing. Content creators had their programming pulled by the main service providers. Programming that was deemed unacceptable was removed sometimes on the day it was scheduled...
As we wrap this current election season, you may have noticed—as we did—that political advertising has become increasingly more volatile. It is very rare to find a candidate’s ad that states what they support. Mostly, these short videos instead argue for what’s wrong with their opponent. This is by...
The global coronavirus pandemic has made the world acutely aware of just how contagious humans can be, and how susceptible people are to contagions. We have all grown in our appreciation of thorough and frequent hand washing. We are adjusting to new habits in regard to noticing and maintaining...
Film directors should never make their actors feel pressured to act
Directors want to get their projects done in a timely manner, but reminded actors of the deadline they're on could really ruin their performances.
Will this perpetual push to press the limits ever end? Perhaps. But probably not anytime soon. It seems that video camera and television display technologies are hopelessly linked together in a never-ending chicken-and-egg relationship. On the surface, this may cause a degree of frustration to mediaphiles and makers of digital...
We’re constantly told we’re supposed to avoid cheezy effects and transitions at all costs. But sometimes, going over the top is exactly what your video needs. Why is it that cheesy effects are always cast in a negative light? It’s because many confuse cheesy effects with bad CGI. They aren’t...
Videomaker Podcast: Coronavirus - Mike Wilhelm, Chris Monlux
Taken from The Videomaker Podcast episode #20.
Mature businesswoman looking at camera and talking
Are you capturing the moment or the information? This is one of the primary questions to consider when determining whether or not to use a teleprompter.
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