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.
24+ page book and 40 minute video are the only two resources on the web that will teach you how to make money producing real estate videos! Nationally known Real Estate Videographer teaches you his techniques.
Keith asks: I recently moved to Las Vegas from N.Y. & have 3 years experience as a firefighter and 6 months as an ambulance driver. Two coworkers and myself want to dedicate two vehicles to become stringers. Please send us any information as far as getting the vehicles equipped, additional resources or any tips to make this successful.
How can you tie your next video to an initiative that will further business? First determine the action you want your prospects to take, then decide what video scenario or concept will produce an emotion to take viewers to conversion.
Arty asks: we’re a small non profit who is realizing the importance of video to spread our message. How do we get started? What are some tips you can offer?
Businesses are looking for you right now – a creative professional who can produce compelling web video. The internet is the new way of selling online and they need what you have. But are you ready? Do you have the business know how and skills to get the job done? This four hour podcast series, divided into 5 days of listening, will help you balance your creative side with the business side. We will give you the tools and techniques to become a web video production powerhouse.
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.
We go behind the scenes of the longest running, highest rated holiday special in the history of television – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Answering a retro stop motion question with the official historian of Rankin/Bass Productions, Rick Goldsmidth.