By Christopher Boone, nofilmschool.com Take advantage of the creative hive mind before you finish your next film. Filmmaking is naturally a collaborative process. Just before we finish a film, many of us seek out reactions from an audience to help us fine-tune the final cut. At the beginning of a film career, the circle of friends […]Read more "Get Feedback on Your Film With the Free App Critiqr"
BY LEWIS MCGREGOR, Premiumbeat Stress is the ultimate enemy for a solo filmmaker. Whether it’s a wedding, a music video, or even a passion project you’re making by yourself, nothing can cripple your workflow more than an onslaught of stress. Of course, this is not to say that if you were working with a large team […]Read more "Avoiding Stress and Saving Time as a Solo Filmmaker"
by Meredith Marsh I saw a question in my GoPro Enthusiasts Facebook group last month from Megan, who wrote, “Just bought my first GoPro5! It came with a Floaty, Supercharger, and The Strap. Any recommendations on must-have accessories…” So here’s the answer… it does depend a lot on what you plan to do with your […]Read more "5 Things Every GoPro Newbie Needs…"
January 15, 2015 by cameragiveaways.com It’s it’s in the middle of the winter here in the USA, the slow-season for most, now is a great time to consider brushing up on your photography skills or learning a few new photo tricks! Here are our top three recommendations to help you grow as a photographer: CreativeLive […]Read more "Free Tutorials & Recommendations to help you grow as a photographer"
January 12, 2015 by Filmmaking Stuff‘s Jason Brubaker Welcome to Filmmaking Stuff, where you will receive tips and strategies on how to make, market and sell your movie without the middleman. My name is Jason Brubaker. Over the last decade, I have worked professionally in the film industry. In addition to producing my own feature […]Read more "Free Filmmaking Stuff"
July 16, 2013 by Jennifer O’Rourke, VideoMaker Every season I think this is the most fun (or worst condition) to shoot in, but summer’s sizzling, scorching, sultry heat is indeed a special challenge. In the winter, a video producer needs to protect gear from the extreme cold and drizzle from the rain and snow. In […]Read more "10 Tips for the Video Producer on Location in Summer’s Heat"
January 15, 2013 by David Chartier, MacWorld The way we find jobs and pitch ourselves to prospective employers is changing rapidly, and LinkedIn is trying to help you stay ahead of the game. The “social network for professionals” recently introduced a new feature called Endorsements that, with a little help from your coworkers and close […]Read more "LinkedIn Endorsements Explained"