BY JOURDAN ALDREDGE, Premiumbeat So here you are. You’ve gone to film school (or you’ve done your homework, learning from online resources and YouTube tutorials). You know your craft. You have your camera. You have your gear. You’re ready to take on real, paying work in film and video production. But, what do you charge? If […]Read more "What to Charge for Videography Projects"
by So, you want to purchase 4k storage? Storage requirements vary considerably depending on key decisions made in the preproduction process. What will be the standard frame rate? Bitrate and Depth? Is it a multi-cam shoot, with how many cameras? How many hours of footage? What codec? Does the camera create proxy media on capture? […]Read more "Key Questions To Consider When Purchasing 4K Storage"
by Joe Petricca, Stage 32 Film festivals can be expensive. But if you do your homework, you’ll find ways to get in with discounts and waivers. To begin with, you should know that I scraped together enough money to make my high quality short film, A Meditation, relying on many favors and friends. The film is […]Read more "5 Tips To Get Into Festivals Without Going Broke"
BY RACHEL WILSON, Premiumbeat The popular camera-sharing community ShareGrid is expanding into all fifty states. Here’s how you can make their equipment rental model work for you. 1. Maximize Your Income In the last few years, ShareGrid has paid millions of dollars in rental revenue to individual equipment owners, while also saving customers 30-50 percent […]Read more "Reasons You Should Be Renting Your Gear Out on ShareGrid"
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By: Paul MacFarlane This is a message for ad agencies, marketing firms, consultants, freelancers, and everyone who buys or sells a service. Hmmm. That means you and me. Almost always, a freelancer or consultant is asked what their “hourly rate” is. Even smaller firms are routinely asked this question by their clients. You might even […]Read more "Don’t Sell Your Time, Sell Your Value"
by CopyPress Your client or manager has just asked you to create a video, now what? Before you start jotting down ideas and picking up the camera, make sure you’ve answered these questions. They’ll give your team a clearer picture of why you’re creating the video and everything that needs to get done to make it a […]Read more "16 Questions to Ask Before Creating a Video"