Over a month ago I had the great delight of sharing The little book of Video Learning. This was a project I’d been working on with The Charity Learning Consortium for a few months and one where I discovered so much about how people use video in their organisation. After speaking to everyone involved, one … Continue reading The little book of Video Learning
As the world continues to see the affects of COVID-19, we find ourselves in a world where filming for many shows and films has been halted. However, this hasn't stopped some production teams. The show must go on According to reports, producers of Keeping Up With the Kardashians decided that instead of putting production on hold, … Continue reading The rise of Smartphone Video during COVID-19
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?
If you want to capture video using your smartphone or are interested in taking part in Video Walks, I thought I would share some tips which could help get the best video when shooting with a Smartphone. 1. Shoot in Landscape Mode Two black vertical lines will instantly make your footage look amateurish. Your TV and PC … Continue reading 10 tips for capturing professional Smartphone video