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Taking time to walk around your neighborhood and snap photos with your smartphone will help excel your filmmaking skills. Here’s how.Read more "4 Ways iPhoneography Will Make You a Better Filmmaker"
Just because it’s easy to find images online, doesn’t mean they are all free and clear to use. Follow these instructions to keep yourself from getting sued.Read more "How to Find Creative Commons Photos You Can Legally Use"
7 success tips from world renown and multi-, multi-, multi- award-winning wedding and lifestyle photographer Jerry Ghionis. (Yes, that was THREE “multi-‘s”. He’s won a LOT of awards.)Read more "Jerry Ghionis Gives 7 Tips for Succeeding in Wedding Photography"
A quick tip on how to use your waveform and the RGB parade to match the color of your video to a photograph.Read more "Color Grading Video to Match a Photo"
Photo stealers beware! Do you have rights to that image you’re posting on your blog? Suggestions for protecting your butt, as well as your own copyrights.Read more "A Primer on Photo and Video Copyright Usage"
This week’s episode marks #100 for the show. Whoo hoo! In this second part of my interview, we cover music licensing, sources for composers, and pursuing personal work. Awesome info!Read more "The “Mountains in Motion” Filmmakers Part 2-Crossing the 180 #100"
This episode is part 1 of an in-depth look at the making one of the most amazing timelapse short films I’ve seen.Read more "The “Mountains in Motion” Filmmakers Part 1-Crossing the 180 #99"
What can or should you do to avoid the high-profile criticism this photographer is getting because of these poorly shot photos?Read more "Five Lessons to Glean from Olympic Photo Fiasco"
A bold challenge to filmmakers and photographers to start a movement to spread positivity in the industry. Will you take up the challenge?Read more "Shine Light Instead of Spreading Darkness: The Great Positivity Experiment"