In today’s post we’re tackling how to get allll those digital photos and videos organized as well as the easiest methods to keep you organized for years to come. We’ll learn all about how to structure files and folders as well as the best places to store them - external hard drives and the cloud.
How much income is realistic from stock photography? Here’s exactly how much money I make selling stock photos on Shutterstock, Adobe Stock, and EyeEm. Is it still worth it? Which is better - stock photography or stock footage?
Ever wonder exactly how much money you can make selling photos and footage on stock sites online? I’m breaking down exactly how much I made in August on Shutterstock, Pond5, and Adobe Stock for this month. I’ll also be sharing my top selling photos and footage for the month.
Exactly how long does it take for your uploaded stock footage to actually start making money? I’m diving into this question today by breaking down just how long it generally takes for videos and photos to start making money online at Shutterstock, Pond5, and Adobe Stock.
Choosing the perfect music for your videos is crucial. It can either make or break your film. Check out my process for finding just the right music as well as some of the top sites to find affordable, copyright free music to use in personal videos or for youtube monetization.
Check out our top ideas for unique camera movements and easy techniques to make your home videos and family films more cinematic, while also minimizing handheld shake without using a tripod, gimbal, or slider.
Learn the absolute best way to edit a large number stock footage clips and set up batch exports so that you can let the computer handle all the work for you. We’re showing you exactly how to automate hundreds of clips to export on queue using Adobe Premiere Pro and Media Encoder.
Here are the top DSLR and mirrorless camera settings to achieve a cinematic film look with your videos. We’re walking through exactly how to shoot authentic family videos. Learn how to set your camera like a lifestyle filmmaker and make your home videos instantly better.
Exactly what you need to get started filming your own cinematic home videos for your family, kids, small business or vlog. We’re discussing exactly what type of camera, lens, and editing software will be best for making your own films with a DSLR or mirrorless camera.
Take your stock footage to the next level by shooting exactly what’s hot and trending in 2019. We’ve compiled a complete shot list of what’s popular and worth shooting from Storyblocks, Shutterstock, Pond5, and Adobe Stock.
Can you make a living selling stock footage? In this article I am revealing exactly how much money I made this month selling stock footage across three of the major stock agencies: Shutterstock, Adobe Stock, and Pond5. I’m sharing all the tips and tricks to help you sell your video footage quickly.
Choosing the right camera can be overwhelming. We are breaking down the top five absolute best cameras for shooting stock footage based on finding the best balance between quality, function, and price in this list of the most favorited cameras by other filmmakers.
We are diving deep into the basics of how to tell a story using video. I’ll take you step-by-step through my process of getting great shots, using a variety of camera angles, and shooting techniques to evoke emotion and make awesome family videos and lifestyle films.
A step-by-step guide explaining exactly how to upload your video files to various stock sites using ftp. With detailed pictures, let’s simplify the process by walking you through exactly how to get your footage up and running on sites like Shutterstock, Adobe Stock, and Pond5.
Let’s take a look at the best camera settings for shooting stock footage on a DSLR. It’s so important to get these right from the start, as you will maximize your video sales by ensuring that these key variables are set correctly. A detailed look at how I set my own camera to maximize sales as a stock contributor on Shutterstock, Pond5, and Adobe Stock.
Learn the ins and outs of how to make your own family video and lifestyle films using a DSLR camera. An introduction into the emerging trend of lifestyle family filmmaking for photographers that want to learn how to video.