by Peter Wiggins Do you want to make videos for corporate clients? Peter Wiggins has put together a list of great tips that might help when it comes to producing videos for paying clients. Over his career, he’s edited a lot of corporate videos, large & small. From British Airways to The Church of England. Peter […]Read more "Top Ten Corporate Video Production Tips"
by David Strauss, FstoppersOne of the most difficult aspects of professional photography is dealing with business. This will help… “It can be hard to be a business owner who is prone to shyness and introversion,” says a Shapr user named Gwendolyn, who owns a portrait photography service. She’s voicing a universal concern, particularly among many professional […]Read more "This App Connects Photographers to Endless Business Opportunities"
by RocketStock Download this curated collection of animated business and technology icons. These freebies are exceptionally useful for a wide variety of media applications! Keyframing motion is often time consuming and headache inducing, but this time we’ve done the heavy lifting for you. Check out this FREE animated icons pack that features common business and […]Read more "Technicons: Free Animated Business Icons"
December 31, 2015 By Hayley Eastep, Wellcomat.com By now there are countless studies and statistics that prove video content is essential in real estate marketing. Video is the best and most efficient way to get your message to your consumers. It allows you to show off your business’ personality, generating interest and trust from potential […]Read more "10 Unique Ways You Can Utilize Video in Real Estate"
November 6, 2015 by CameraGiveaways Whether you are a professional photographer who has been shooting weddings for 25 years or you are an amateur photographer who is just starting off in the business, you must always keep learning and perfecting your craft. No matter what it is you do in life, you should always want […]Read more "5 Tips To Improve Your Video/Photography"
August 24, 2012 by Serenity Caldwell, Macworld.com “At Apple, our most important resource, our soul, is our people.” So starts the Apple Credo. When I started a year-and-a-half stint working for Apple retail in 2008, we were given this text on a fold-out business card and told to carry it around in our name-tag lanyards. […]Read more "Apple’s retail focus should be on customers, not cash"