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Mike and Chris talk about NAB 2022 and all of the video production equipment they saw. They go over what they thought the main theme of the show was and go over the 12 products that earned a Best of NAB 2022 award from Videomaker. Support the show
Mike and Chris discuss what you should think about when exporting your video for YouTube. It's not always an easy answer, but they get to the bottom of it in this, the 101st episode. Support the show (
In this, the 100th Videomaker podcast episode, Mike and Chris talk about what they have learned from the process of making a podcast that's lasted. They talk about what it took technically to do a podcast that is also a vidcast. They talk about the success and challenges they had along the way. Support the show (
Mike and Chris talk about lens flares, light leaks, and film burn. They talk about what they are, their application, and if you should use them. They also talk about how they are created and the history of each effect. Support the show (
From the video editor who is just beginning their career to the tried and true senior editor, there is always something to learn. Here are five ways novice and intermediate editors alike can improve their video editing skills to consistently turn out great work.Support the show (
Mike and Chris tackle the age-old question, what should I charge for this. It's a difficult question, but with their insight, you'll get all the answers in this podcast. Check out the Rate calculator here: the show (
Mike and Chris talk to Drew Geraci, Filmmaker, Director of Photography and owner of District 7 Media, World-class time-lapse cinematographer, Sony Artisan of Imagery and Dell brand partner. See his work on Netflix's House of Cards and Stephen Spielberg’s new rendition of West Side Story. Check out Drew's YouTube Page: the show (
Mike and Chris react to YouTube CEO's new video and the letter "Letter from Susan: Our 2022 Priorities". They speculate on what it might mean to creators in the new year. Support the show (
Mike and Chris discuss the new Canon EOS R5 C. They discuss all the specs and talk about the strange quirk that we didn't see coming.  That and more on this episode of the Videomaker Podcast.Support the show (
Mike and Chris talk about the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). They go over some of the products that received Videomaker Best of CES awards.  They then predict what will happen in 2022 in the video production world. Support the show (
Mike and Chris talk to world-renowned wedding photographer Jerry Ghionis. Jerry discusses his history, his success as a wedding photographer and what it takes to create a beautiful image. Also, as a Nikon Ambassador, Jerry talks about the new Nikon Z9. video: video BTS: the show (
Mike and Chris talk about the new DJI Ronin 4D. It's a Cinema camera and it's a 4 axis gimbal. All novelty aside, how will it be used in the real world? is it innovation that will challenge the other camera manufacturers to step up their game, or is the gamble by DJI a losing proposition. That and more on this episode of the Videomaker Podcast. Support the show (
Mike and chris talk about the new Macbook Pro M1 Max.  Apple's launch event touted some large performance claims. Along with the big claims, the computer comes with a new CPU GPU M1 chip that shares the same RAM.  They even gave demonstrations using Adobe Premiere. Is it as great as it was presented? they talk about that and more in this episode. Support the show (
Mike and Chris talk about how to become a full-time videographer in this edition of the Videomaker Podcast. They discuss entrepreneurship and where freelance and entrepreneurship meet. They talk about how to get work, then how to get more work. they talk about getting a job as a videographer. They then discuss what do employers look for and what makes employers happy. Then they cover videographer career paths like working in Hollywood and Freelancing. Then end with discussing how to do good work and keeping good relationships. Support the show (
Chris and Mike talk about how to choose a tripod for video. They go over why even use a tripod? the features you should look for when  for how to choose a tripod for beginners. How the height of a tripod matters. What is and who should us a ball head? They talk about the tripod features for enthusiasts like a fluid head, tripod plates, twin vs single leg tripods. If floor level and mid level spreaders are worth wile. They move on to talk about leg lock types, if you need a carbon fiber tripod and lastly all of the features pro's need like a heavy payload capacity and the ability to crank for pan and tilt movement. By the end of this video you should be able to choose a tripod for video. Support the show (
Chris and Mike talk to the biggest vlogger around, Casey Neistat! Whenever you think of who is the biggest vlogger, you have to consider Casey Neistat. We talk to him about how he created his signature look and the path he had to take to become the biggest vlogger. Support the show (
Smartphone vs cinema camera

Smartphone vs cinema camera


Mike and Chris take a fresh look at the 'smartphone for video' debate. While the answer may seem self-evident, two filmmakers can quickly come to opposite conclusions. This episode's topics include the pros and cons of both opinions and why smartphones may overtake cinema cameras in the long run.Support the show (
Chris and Mike tackle the common questions videographers have about copyright and how to keep your video safe and protected from legal threats. They talk about how to legally use music, images and video clips you don't own, how to copyright your videos and much more.Support the show (
Mike and Chris talk about all of the gear you need when starting out. These are the things you must have to start making professional video.Support the show (
Chris and Mike talk about five overlooked filmmaking concepts. They discuss the four attributes of light, color, intensity, quality and direction. They talk about the 180-degree rule and eyelines, focusing on the second vs. third-person perspective and one-way vs two-way portal. They talk about how impactful the Kuleshov Effect is and finish up with Freytag’s pyramid, talking about how exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and denouement are necessities in a good story. The Four Attributes of Light: Me in the Ear: the Psychology of Eyelines: Down the 180-Degree Rule: Effect – A video editor’s most powerful tool:’s pyramid and the 3 act structure: the show (
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