Steve Follows is an established data researcher in the film industry. Between 1994-2013 he discovered the average top US-grossing Hollywood films had 588 people in the crew. Full details of his research can be found here. Films in the lowest budget bracket (under £150,000) credited an average of just 32 people. The actual number of people who worked on … Continue reading What crew do I need to create a video with my smartphone?
Wow, where did this year disappear to?! Professionally, it's been a great year. Video Walks I started the year on a high and launched the #VideoWalks themes. The aim for this project was to encourage people to create video using their smartphone. It has been inspiring to watch people share their videos via Twitter or … Continue reading What a year 2019 has been!
Marketing teams have started using videos made by Influencers and organisations are finding these videos are heavily impacting buying decisions. Consider Chewbacca Mom, a lady who filmed herself in the car with a new electronic Chewbacca mask. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyp90txeNxM Her absolute delight was the most watched Facebook Live video in 2016 and by the end of … Continue reading User-Generated Video Learning
I recently heard the term 'Visual collaboration', which is described as learning via visual events and visual content. Historically people have learnt skills through an apprenticeship, where you would observe a skilled individual complete a task and that person would mentor you so that, in time, you too could perfect that skill. People still learn … Continue reading Visual events and visual content