Laura Butler June 18, 2020 With the employment environment constantly changing, we are likely to see the emergence of new professions as well as the disappearance of many outdated ones within the following decade. The so-called ‘growth mindset’ has become a prerequisite for all of us rather than something only relevant for top performers. Shooting … Continue reading Shoot for the Moon – What Skills Will Really Boost Your Employability?
James Hamar — February 21, 2018 — February 21, 2018 StockSnap / Pixabay Here at Brightcove we have a variety of video equipment in our toolbox. But for those who don’t have access to video equipment like this, or want to supplement their studio shoots with quick, on-the-go content creation, there’s a video production tool … Continue reading How to Shoot Quality Video Content Using Your iPhone
Kayla Waring — November 7, 2017 — November 7, 2017 In today’s day and age, video content is king. In fact, 59% of people say that if they are given the choice between text and video, they’ll choose video (MWP). But not everyone can afford fancy video equipment or a videographer. So how do you … Continue reading How To Shoot Video Like a Professional
Todd Vaske — September 21, 2017 — September 21, 2017 Admit it… you’re helpless without your phone. So am I. I ask Siri for directions even when I know where I’m going. She’s not always 100% accurate, but at least she points me in the right direction. Siri is also great for giving me options. … Continue reading Instant Video Library: Build a Video Library with Just One Shoot
Amit Sen — February 22, 2017 Follow @amit_kumar_sen— February 22, 2017 It is imperative for new businesses to devise inventive methods to engage their growing audience and attract potential customers. With the number of open marketing channels proliferating, competition is becomes stiffer by the day. When it comes to promoting a new business, the modern … Continue reading How to Shoot Your First Commercial Video to Promote Your New Business
by Ed HeilSeptember 10, 2016 Producing a video that has a documentary feel is not easy. It requires some experience, patience, and a keen sense for the desired sound bite you’re trying to elicit. What makes it so difficult? Well, a documentary-style video has little or no narration. The characters in the story carry the … Continue reading 6 Common Video Questions to Answer Before Your Next Shoot
by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, December 31, 2015 The era where a mere click and impression are top metrics is dead, but as Julia Greenberg, staff writer at WIRED, puts it, “someone still needs to shoot this zombie in the head.” The events that will take place in 2016 might surprise even seasoned marketers and advertisers. … Continue reading Ringing In 2016 Predictions, But Someone Must Shoot This Zombie In The Head