The Man Who Brought the First Moon Mission to Television

December 12, 2017 0

On July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong opened the hatch of the Apollo 11 lunar module and stepped onto the surface of the moon, a small video camera captured the moment and sent pictures back to millions of televisions 239,000 miles away….we talk with the man who built that lunar video camera….on this edition of The DV Show.

Should You Rent or Own Video Equipment?

December 10, 2017 7

Should you rent or own your video equipment? What makes the most sense? What factors help you make the choice? Ron Dawson author of the book: Refocus gets into incorporating HDSLRs into your business the smart way.

Making MORE Money with Real Estate Video

November 27, 2017 7

Making money producing real estate video. We talked about the subject many times on the DV Show: sell your production services to an agency or agent, show up on site with your camera and create a video tour…easy cash in your pocket. But that’s where it usually ends.

Professional real estate videographer Russ Carson joins us to talk about additional monetization tips, techniques and ideas for squeezing more out of it.

Get Chosen: How Will You Make Your Unskippable Video?

November 16, 2017 0

Damon asks: How do you fit effective, compelling video within a 5 second timeframe? I can’t imagine editing video into something that short let alone tell a meaningful story. It would drive me nuts. Can you give some examples to get me in the mindset?

When Badly Produced Video Gets Attention from the World

November 13, 2017 8

Here is a story of Kellie Leitch, a prominent government official in Canada who didn’t think about the impact of video and how important it is to have a high quality production when delivering a message to the masses.

This is What Happens When Your Buddies Film Your Video Content

November 13, 2017 0

Kellie Leitch is a prominent government official in Canada who didn’t think about the impact of video. Her political party released a “professionally produced” video that was supposed to humanize their candidate and take a stance on screening immigrants entering Canada.