by Jeffrey Beach Jeffrey Beach of Beachfront B-Roll offers over 100 HD videos, mostly of nature, for free via his Vimeo channel or his website. He’s even a source of free cinemagraphs! AdvertisementsRead more "Over 100 Free HD (Mostly) Nature Stock Footage"
by Nat Eliason, Peta Pixel Ever since I decided to start learning photography, I’ve been looking for a good catalog of composition ideas. Once you figure out the mechanics of how a DSLR works, getting good at the composition of your photos seems to be the 80/20 of rapidly improving at photography. I looked around […]Read more "30 Composition Styles for Taking Good Pictures/Video"
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By WebdesignerDepot Staff Stock images can be an expensive acquisition, so it’s always appreciated when a professional stock photographer makes their work available for free. This awesome collection of unique, professional-grade photographs, has kindly been made available for WebdesignerDepot readers by DreamyPixel. This 720mb bundle contains 50 images, mostly of landscapes, all in hi-res JPG […]Read more "Free Download: 50 Unique Landscape Photos"
by Brooke Bunce, Shutterstock In film and television production, B–roll (B roll, or Broll) is supplemental or alternative footage intercut with the main shot. In fiction film, it is a technique used to indicate simultaneous action or flashbacks. Think about the last really great short film or documentary you saw. What was it that held […]Read more "Mood, Movement, and Perspective: 10 Tips for Shooting Better B-Roll"
August 25, 2015 by fcp.co Use the generator directly in Final Cut Pro X Yes this is possible and probably the quickest way to get the maps (and background generators) into FCPX. Simply put your animating globe of choice onto a timeline in iMovie. Here for the example we have put three back to back, […]Read more "Getting iMovie world travel maps into Final Cut Pro X"
November 23, 2012 by Teresa Echazabal, VideoMaker When your client wants shots of preticular places, events, backgrounds etc. that you don’t have at your disposal what do you do? You look for stock footage to meet the clients needs and get the job done. Stock footage or stock media is film or video that is […]Read more "Stock Footage Buyer’s Guide"