One of the hardest battles creative people face is organization. Here's how we use Day One for iOS & OSX to help us log our mounds of footage and audio. Enjoy!
Often times, I'm one of those people that will deem the latest social as initially "Stupid and dumb." And many times, it usually is. I won't usually adopt a new service unless I see it has real potential and a clear use that makes it stand out from the crowd of social media offerings begging for my attention.
"Vine," a new service launched a couple months ago, allows users to create 6-second loopable movies and upload them to Twitter, Facebook, and the Vine social network. At first glance, my reaction was "What a stupid waste of time..." and today I learned I'm wrong (partially) ...
Anyway here's 3 reasons why Vine might be worth your time...
I can't do it unless I have... I hear that theory a lot in the production world, and I couldn't disagree more.
So you don't have an amazing camera, lights, or money, WHO CARES!
I know many talented people who can (and did) do a lot with very little. There is something inherently charming and rewarding in working with only what you have available to you, and doing it really well.
I'd like to share a number of tips that I've learned over time that will help any fledgling director with a story to tell get results.
Are you a color correction n00b? That's okay, we all were at some point. You can learn the basics of CC online through tutorials, but nothing will help you learn better than jumping in and giving it a shot. To get you started, here's some great real-world tips for making your next project pop!