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 Maploco Welcome to the Maploco Visited Countries Generator! This is a fun tool that lets you show your friends all the places you’ve been. Countries in the list are organized by continent. All states in the USA are also listed. Just click on where you’ve been and the map auto-generates. When you’re done, you […]Read more "Maploco is a Visited Countries/States Map Generator"
by Pictramap PictraMap is free online tool with specially designed maps, intuitive interface and many customization options to create interactive animated maps with your travel photos. Easy to share the end result and wow your friends where you’ve been and what you’ve been up to. This is the better way to share your travel memories […]Read more "Create Animated Maps for Free Using an Online Tool in Just 3 Minutes"
by Thomas Alex Norman Whether you make a living shooting travel videos, upload them to YouTube, or you just like to shoot them for fun, these five shooting angles from Thomas Alex Norman will not only make your videos look better, they will give them much more impact on your audience. Here you’re going to learn […]Read more "5 Camera Angle Tips that Will Punch-up Any Video"
by Kassie and Joe, theflyawaylife.com There are so many features that just make it more convenient to use a GoPro: its small and compact, its waterproof, and its design makes it easy to take great GoPro photos when traveling solo. Best of all, it manages to have all those perks while still maintaining amazing image quality! Use […]Read more "Best GoPro tips for taking amazing travel photos"
by Ivan Krivonosov Here is the video tutorial about today’s popular whip swoosh blur turkish transition, used in many Travel Videos. In this tutorial, Ivan Krivonosov will demonstrate a technique he explored and used in his recent short, “Another Toronto.”Read more "Whip Swoosh Blur Turkish Transitions Tutorial"
By: Walt Laineenkare At times you may find yourself feeling so overwhelmed by choosing the subject of your film, it paralyzes your progress. In case you’re stuck looking for a great documentary idea, I’ll let you in on a little secret: the easiest documentary you’ll ever make is a TRAVEL documentary. Traveling has been dear […]Read more "Documentary Ideas: The Easiest Documentary To Make"
by The Glassdoor Team When it comes to the interview process, research and preparation for the interview can often times determine your chances of making it to the next step. One of the best ways to get ready for a job interview is to practice your responses to any and all interview questions – even […]Read more "The 50 Most Common Interview Questions"
By Gavin Garrison, Pond5 What does it mean to survive in the world of filmmaking? For content creators working on location, in addition to keeping ourselves alive, we have to be creative, innovative, and able to perform under pressure — to do whatever it takes to get the shot. Whether we’re shooting extreme […]Read more "7 Ways to Survive in the Field"
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"