The Best of Filmmaking & Video Production May 2017
This is the 20th instalment of this feature here on Filmmaking Lifestyle, where we chart the best-of-the-best from around the filmmaking and video production world. This article covers the best posts from May 2017. Every month, I post a round-up article featuring the best things I’ve found around…
The 7 Reasons Why Video Transcription is Important in Post-Production
Today we discuss video transcription. Never heard of it? Don’t think it applies to you? Then you need to read this article! Here we explain the importance of video transcription, how it’s overlooked in lots of productions (big and small) and how it can make your…
Video Contests: How We Survived A Year in LA By Winning Video Contests & Built a Thriving Production Company
Jake Bradbury is an expert on video contests. In this article, he takes you through his journey of making videos around LA for video contests. Stay tuned because as a special bonus, he’s going to let you know how to win a lifetime supply of Skittles!…
Drones for Filming in 2020: 9 of the Best Drones For Filmmaking
In recent years, drones for filming have come a long way with improved mechanisms and high-resolution cameras. Filmmakers both amateur and professional have taken notice. From magnificent landscape shots to action packed boat and car chases, drones have become an integral part of movie making….
Video Production Packages: Make $1K In Half a Day by Packaging Your Video Services
Everybody loves a good package. We told you before, over on Video Production Virgins, that this much was true. And, in fact, that mastering the art of packaging your services effectively will lead to bathtubs of money for your reclining pleasure. Why? Packages are repeatable,…
5 Steps to Pitch a Video Client: Part 2
Last time around, Gio let us know the first stages of setting up to ‘pitch a video client.’ If you haven’t read Part 1 yet, then do so first by following this link. Pitching to a client can be a nerve-wracking event. Money is on…
The Best of Filmmaking & Video Production March 2017
This is the 18th instalment of this feature here on Filmmaking Lifestyle, where we chart the best-of-the-best from around the filmmaking and video production world. This article covers the best posts from March 2017. Every month, I post a round-up article featuring the best things I’ve found around the…
7 Quick Tips For Setting up a Video Studio on a Budget
Beginner videographers looking to start a video studio in order to shoot videos on a shoestring budget find it really hard to bring everything together. To start off with, they’re often clueless about the number and quality of lights they should invest in. Then there…
9 Tips For Making Travel Films That Rock
How does it feel to travel the world and make films? Nathan Buck of City Video tells all in this article on making travel films. He’ll cover equipment considerations, due diligence and many other important points when embarking on travel filmmaking projects. Take it away,…
5 Steps to Pitch a Video Client: Part 1
There are two parts to pitching a video client: there is the development of the pitch from idea to concept, and the actual pitching of the concept to the client. The entire process is shortened to “pitching” but for part 1, we will be discussing…
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