Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
Check out these awesome film commentary videos – and pick up a few filmmaking tips for Steven Spielberg.
We’re bringing you 10 more websites that filmmakers and cinematographer NEED to be reading! These useful sites offer informative tutorials, detailed product reviews and tips for making it in the film and video industry.
Check out this unique take on a demo reel! By using narration and seeing the person behind the creative work, the showreel connects with the viewer on a personal level.
In this post we share a few tips for reframing the way you think about how to make money. Great tips for creative professionals looking to make an extra source of income!
A lull in work during the summer provides an excellent opportunity to build your creative business. In this post, we share useful tips for growing – both professionally and creative – during the summer!
Did you miss this year’s EditFest London? In this post, I share key takeaways from the event and some newly gained advice that is beneficial for video editors, media creators and all creative professionals!
How do you maintain your creativity and focus when working on a long-term project? Take your cues from the folks at Pixar – in this post we share some of their secrets in successfully creating major film projects.
In this post we share some useful lessons from some of the biggest filmmaking legends in history. We’ll talk cinematography, the language of cinema and video/film editing!
Technology companies often over sell and under deliver. In this quick case study, see how you can apply the principles of honesty and humanity in your own work – winning client trust AND satisfaction.
Got a few minutes to spare while rendering? Check out these 5 sites that can provide quick info or entertainment, perfect for video editors!
Many videos pros are worried about lower barriers to entry creating an onslaught of amateur looking to break into the professional market. In this post, we share a few thoughts on why pros should actually welcome a new legion of amateur video creators.
In creative projects, with differing visions and tight deadlines, things occasionally go wrong. Sometimes, really really wrong. Here’s a few tips for saving face and moving on when things go south.