Stop, or I'll Shoot! Have you ever wanted to have a gun in your film? What about a cool action scene with guns blazing, people running, dishes exploding and your lead female jumping into a garbage chute to avoid being blown to bits? Yes? Me too! But while I can't help you with convincing your lead actress to jump down a garbage chute, I can help you with the blazing guns part.
From Play to Profit:
Getting Your First Paid Gig
Store It: Storage Buyer's Guide:
There are many choices these days when it comes to data storage; navigating through these waters can easily become confusing. This guide is here to help make your decision easier. It is broken into two major categories: external storage devices and internal devices. It also lists the pros and cons of each device and its main use.
Personal Computer Buyer's Guide 2008:
Choosing a New Computer in 10 Easy Steps
Basic Sound for Video:
People seem to forget that capturing events requires capturing video and audio. You need to balance the best way to capture video versus the best way to collect sound.
Video Blogging and Podcasting:
Video is all over the place on the web nowadays, and nobody wants to get left behind. But how do you add video to a website, and, more importantly, why should you?
Small Crew Directing:
Someday, you may have to hire, beg, borrow or coerce some people to join you on your video adventure. Keep it friendly, stick with a plan and you - and they - will enjoy the trek.
Danny Sayson - Wedding Videographer:
An award-winning wedding producer shares some tips on making wedding videos.
Kip Kay Hits the Six-Figure Mark!:
An update on how a web producer became Metacafe's top earner in just 16 months.