December 12, 2014 by Ben Whisenhunt via LinkedIn Group “Film & Video Editor” Ben Whisenhunt Freelance Producer/Editor via LinkedIn user’s group “Film & Video Editor” writes: “Are there any websites out there for freelancer to find work that don’t completely destroy the industry? It seems that almost all of the work is bid work, budgets […]Read more "Freelancer Websites to Find Work"
July 28, 2014 by ReelProjects.com About Us Support is often the difference between those who are Living the Dream and those who are just dreaming; ReelProjects’ core purpose is to support members in the pursuit of their Reel Dreams. ReelProjects was created for those who contribute in any way, whether a single person or an […]Read more "‘Reel Projects’ Provides You Support"
May 8, 2014 by fcp.co and DigitalRebellion Digital Rebellion just released CinePlay, a professional movie player replacement for QuickTime Player 7. Why did Apple drop all the useful features when they updated QuickTime Player from 7 to X on the Mac? If we can remember, there was a point in time when there were two […]Read more "CinePlay, the professional Mac video player"
March 18, 2014 by Robert Hardy, nofilmschool.com Few jobs on set are as under-appreciated as the person (or people) operating the boom mic. Not only can it be physically strenuous over the course of a 14+ hour day, but operating a boom also takes a whole lot of technique and skill in order for production […]Read more "The Definitive Guide to Operating a Boom Mic Like a Pro"
March 14, 2014 by If you produce and sell your videos or stories for a media outlet, we want to offer you the opportunity to sell them to hundreds more through our website. We will provide you with a platform where editors from all over the world will be able to view and purchase your […]Read more "Make More Money, Sell Your Footage to Reporters United"
January 15, 2014 by Jessica Nin in Tips & Tricks, Video Hub Getting started with video production is a daunting task, particularly if you simply have no idea where to begin! Here at Skeleton Productions, we have helped many young producers develop their craft, as well as learn something about it ourselves along the way. […]Read more "Video Production for Beginners"
January 10, 2014 by nofilmschool.com, V Renée Film school is not for everyone and it is by no means required in order to make a movie. Plenty of great filmmakers decided to skip a formal education to go straight to making films, but if you’re interested in getting one, but either can’t afford it or […]Read more "Take College Level Film Courses for Free"
December 31, 2013 by George Georgeadis Creative Bloq’s George Georgeadis predicts some of the top video production trends and looks we might see in 2014. He writes, “Video has quickly become the communications medium of choice. It’s easy to consume, and people love to share it on social media. For filmmakers and videographers, equipment and […]Read more "Which Video Production Trends Will Emerge in 2014?"
December 25, 2013 GLJ Media Group wishes you & yours a fantastic holiday season… Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Festivus, or whatever you celebrate … and many more!Read more "Happy Holidays from GLJ Media Group"
November 26, 2013 by Andrew Trice, Adobe I had the opportunity to meet Andrew Trice of Adobe at a recent DMVCPUG meeting at George Mason University where he talked of Adobe and GoPro’s (an interesting mix!)… I like to think of After Effects as an animated version of Photoshop – many of the same general […]Read more "The New Rigid Mask Tracker in After Effects CC"