by DARIOUS BRITT, D4Darious Here’s a written list of all 15 common mistakes from the video below: 1 Weak story 2 Undercooked scripts 3 Bad sound 4 Poor casting choices 5 Poor shot composition 6 White walls 7 Poor lighting 8 Unnecessary insert shots 9 Lingering 10 Too many pregnant pauses 11 No blocking (movement) […]Read more "Top 15 Mistakes Beginner Filmmakers Make"
By Logan Baker Your film or video project’s first shot is incredibly important. Whether you’re establishing a time and place or unveiling a mystery, a compelling first frame is vital. Top image: A Clockwork Orange via Warner Bros. It’s vital that you make your video or film’s first frame as enticing as possible. Doing so will set […]Read more "Learn to Hook Your Audience With Enticing First Frames"
March 28, 2014 by Jeffrey Bradbury You will be seeing a lot of this video on social media over the next few days. Called ‘Learn how to use Final Cut Pro X in 30 minutes or less,’ it aims to do exactly that. Hot off the press is this video, published by Jeffrey Bradbury on […]Read more "Learn how to use Final Cut Pro X in 30 minutes or less"
February 9, 2010 by Marcelo Lewin Center For New Media Studies Founder. New Media Expert. Podcaster. Blogger. Developer. Video shooter / editor Podcasting is a great way to extend your brand and/or expertise online using new media. It is also a fantastic way to indirectly sell what you have to offer by providing timely and […]Read more "“Beginning Podcasting” Webinar and More, Free…"