“Lensing In” to Find What Your Video is About

So, @SteveStockman I’m ready for a critique of one of my videos. I’m interested in ideas for improvement. –Paul (Mr. Adventure) @bcoutdoor via twitter Pretty video, Paul, and I can’t tell you how much I love being inside on a nice day …(Read the rest)

Your new best friend, Specificity

Let me introduce you to specificity, your new best friend. You guys want to be buddies because being more specific about what you’re shooting automatically improves almost any video. Instead of  the random tourist shots of“Our Vacation,” shoot the video “Samantha’s …(Read the rest)

Shoot What Interests You: 12 Tips to Keep Your Video from Sucking (#8)

“Shoot What Interests You” is number 8 in a series of 12 video tips to improve your video instantly. I recently watched a video blog post that featured an orchestra whose only instruments were iPhones. The players—it looked like there were about …(Read the rest)

Don’t Shoot Until You See the Whites of Their Eyes: 12 Video Tips #3

This is the third in a series of 12  video tips that will improve your video instantly.  See the rest here. In the movies, on the big screen, we’re impressed by giant vistas. The stunning old West, where cacti and cowboys …(Read the rest)