If you are a little digital-savvy, or if you already have a blog or website of your own, you can market your own video and services just as effectively as any professional marketing agency.
You have put your heart and soul into your video production – now you want the whole world to see it, but you are not sure what to do about it. The good news is that these days you have many options from which to choose. Web-savvy videographers have been inventing new markets and opening up distribution opportunities with minimal resources. You have the potential to reach millions every day using such tools as blogs, social networks, even your own website. They are your opportunity to let your work be seen by the right people and they are all as effective, if not more, than if you hired an advertising agency to do it for you.
If you want to make a living doing what you love, you need a plan. At the 2012 Vimeo Festival, fundraising expert Brian Newman and maverick filmmaker Ryan Koo (of NoFilmSchool.com) sat down for a practical discussion designed to help career-minded creators. Their candid back-and-forth touched on lots of moolah-related topics, including where the money is, how to make smart sacrifices, and what self-promotion skills come in handy as you try to drum up dollars.
Beginning with early Atari and Nintendo video games, the 8-bit aesthetic has been a part of our culture for over 30 years. As it moved through the generations, 8-bit earned its independence from its video game roots. The idea of 8-bit now stands for a refreshing level of simplicity and minimalism, is capable of sonic and visual beauty, and points to the layer of technology that suffuses our modern lives. No longer just nostalgia art, contemporary 8-bit artists and chiptunes musicians have elevated the form to new levels of creativity and cultural reflection.
However, future specifications may change at any time (shades of RED!), so it’s best to treat this as a 1920×1080 HD camcorder until something is actually released.
E-Mount is so shallow it’s possible to adapt just about any other interchangeable lens to the FS700 with the right adapter. Sony’s LA-EA2 allows phase-detection autofocus (but not image stabilization) with Sony ? lenses. The Conurus / Metabones adapter lets the camera control the iris in Canon EF lenses and supports image stabilization, but not autofocus.
Co-director Mark Andrews, producer Katherine Sarafian, film editor Nicholas C. Smith, director of photography (lighting) Danielle Feinberg, shading art director Tia Kratteron on talk about where Pixar’s new film “Brave” came from at a session held on June 16, 2012 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater.
Science fiction author Ray Bradbury regales his audience with stories about his life and love of writing in “Telling the Truth,” the keynote address of The Sixth Annual Writer’s Symposium by the Sea in 2001, sponsored by Point Loma Nazarene University.