Top 10 Articles of 2016 for Video Producers and Creators
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The world of content is changing rapidly, creating a whole new landscape of opportunities for companies and content creators to engage and collaborate. Learn the secrets to partnership success and why you will make your best work in the process.
In an attempt to show how good the new iPhone 7 Plus is, filmmaker Parker Walbeck came out with a video that compares the iPhone 7 plus with his $50,000 professional RED’s Weapon camera.
Over the last few years, DSLRs have slowly become overshadowed by their mirrorless camera counterparts. Here are five reasons why videographers may want to avoid DSLRs.
When you make a video, the creative concept behind it is key, but the concept is only the first step- the way you pitch it to your client is just as important. Get some tips on the what, why and how of concept pitching and take your client relationship to the next level!
Are you utilizing the most essential tools in your post-production workflow? Here are 4 that will really take your efficiency to the next level.
Believe it or not, there is an art to invoicing. Learn how to identify the costs to your client in a way that helps them understand more about you, your business, and the complexity of the services you provide.
Humans have short attention spans. And thanks to the great distraction known as the Internet, it's getting harder than ever to focus on one thing at a time. Wistia share the news about what engagement vs. video length actually looks like.
Go Hollywood with over a dozen FREE Premiere Pro Lumetri looks! These free movie-inspired color grading presets will instantly add a dramatic look to your project.
Tools from in and around the internet that might make your post-production life faster, easier or maybe a combination of both.
Sometimes things don’t work out as planned, and that holds true in the video industry as well. Here are a handful of cameras that didn’t quite deliver as promised.
That concludes the top 10 Wipster Weekly articles of 2016. A special thanks to our contributors: Premiumbeat, Videomaker, Vimeo, StoryandHeart, Wistia, provideocoalition and the many others that have been featured over the past year.
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