If you’re serious about learning video, chances are you’ve come across one of the videos of Dave Dugdale of LearningVideo.com. Today we have a bonus episode of Radio Film School where I have an in-depth chat with Dave.
When Dave Dugdale talks, companies listen. Why? Because he has one of the most popular video education channels on YouTube—with over 170,000 subscribers and 20+ million views. What sets Dave apart from many other “professionals” in this industry, is that Dave will be the first to tell you he doesn’t consider himself a pro. He’s just a regular guy trying to learn video and sharing what he learns with the world. He doesn’t put on a face and try to make himself cooler or smarter than he really is. He’s like the friendly neighborhood dad down the street…who just happens to be a minor YouTube celebrity.
Today’s bonus episode of the show is my full, uncut interview with Dave. This was actually an interview I did with Dave for my now defunct podcast, The Solo Creative. I don’t want the Solo Creative interviews I did to go to waste, so periodically I’ll post them in the Radio Film School feed as bonuses.
In this interview with Dave, he covers how he got started, his strategy for making passive income with his websites, mistakes he’s made, where and how he learns, his philosophy on life and work, and the value of just putting yourself out there. I have no doubt you’ll be inspired.
Other 1-on-1 Filmmaker Interviews: Crossing the 180
If you like these one-on-one style interviews where I dig deep and wide with filmmakers, you’ll love my back catalog of Crossing the 180. This was my first filmmakers podcast. Over 100 interviews with filmmakers from just about every facet of the business: from Hollywood DPs and directors, to DSLR luminaries, to wedding “rock stars.” Become a Dare Dreamer FM Premium Member, and you get free access to these sets of interviews as I make them available. Go to daredreamer.fm/x180 to learn more.
Music in this Episode
In order of appearance, the music in this episode:
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Intro to Dave’s camera courses
An Intro to Dave
An excerpt from Dave’s Sony A7s II training video.
Dave rambles about NAB2016 for 30 minutes (“rambles” was his words. 🙂
There’s A New StoryBuilder App from Muse Storytelling by Stillmotion
Muse Storytelling by Stillmotion has released a new app that will change the way you tell stories. Use it to work out the four essential “P’s” of every story: People, Places, Plot and Purpose. Add photos to help you visualize the story. You can even join a community of like-minded creatives who can all collaborate with you on your story’s development. Head on over to buildstory.org and sign up for a free 14-day trial. No credit card is required.
Wipster + Adobe Premiere Pro. Wipster + Vimeo.
We’re thrilled to have Wipster join the Radio Film School family. Wipster is a leading video collaboration tool, allowing you to share your video with clients and colleagues and collect feedback. Go to Wipster.io to sign up. And if you’re used to using Vimeo to share links with clients, no worries. Wipster has exclusive integration with Vimeo. Go from Vimeo to Wipster and back again, seamlessly.
Wipster also has a built-in panel that allows you to share your video directly from within Premiere Pro, and you’ll be able to see client’s feedback on that video directly within Premiere. Check out their 1-minute walk-through.