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"
by GreenBuzz, Madison Edwards Shopping for a house just isn’t the same as shopping for your next Amazon purchase. The buying process is so complex, with many factors influencing your customer’s ultimate decision. Real Estate Agents have a challenge to market their product to careful and considerate buyers who aren’t likely to be easily influenced. That […]Read more "Current Video Trends In Real Estate"
by A property release form is essentially important for you if you are a filmmaker or a photographer. Whenever you shoot a commercial or a film or parts of a film or even a few photos at a place that is essentially somebody else’s property, you need to sign a property General Release Form. This […]Read more "15 Free Property Release Forms and More…"
August 7, 2013 by Zach Sutton, fstoppers (Thanks to Kian McKellar for posting) Over time, your lenses are going to start back focusing, become loose with age, and possibly jamming all together. This is all part of the maintenance of things, and will eventually happen, especially if it’s a lens that gets a lot of use. […]Read more "LensRentals Lists The Lenses Most Often Needing Repairs"
March 27, 2011 by Kris Simmons If you run your video business out of your home, how do you know when it’s time to move out into a commercial office? To Rent or Not to Rent? The Videographer’s Dilemma When deciding to move out of your home office and into an office space, it first […]Read more "To Rent or Not to Rent? The Videographer’s Dilemma"