Today we introduce an official new segment on Radio Film School…”RAW”: Radio Film School interviews uncut, unfiltered and unbelievable. Today we have my uncut interview with Philip Bloom.
For the past 10 months, we’ve explored a theme that is pertinent to all artists. Let’s sum this season up and get the definitive answer to this crucial question.
Based on the great response to my top 5 bold predications for 2015, here are 10 more than didn’t quite make the cut.
This blog post is for all of you interested in using the C300, but don’t necessarily have a broad video background. These are the little “gotchas” you should be aware of (particularly if you come from DSLRs).
Philip Bloom’s “Portrait of a Boxer” is a good example of making good filmmaking look “easy” when it really isn’t. This makes a great case study for your business.
One of the touchiest debates you can get into with a filmmaker or photographer is what it takes to be considered a REAL filmmaker or photographer. So, let’s get into it!
Today is part 2 in my mini-series on “Anatomy of a Blog Design.” Yesterday I covered the essential four P’s you must know before launching your blog: people, purpose, payoff and platform. Today I’ll delve more into that fourth P: platform. I’ve been waiting to do this one for a while. The social media geek in […]
Today I continue the series I started yesterday, “The Price is Right.” There’s been a lot of chatter lately in my circles around this topic of pricing, so I wanted to address it. Yesterday it was about strategies for setting your rates. Today let’s look at some ways for raising your rates. ‘Cuz you know […]
The firestorm of comments on my “haters gonna hate” post raised an issue that I think is prevalent in the industry: attacking one’s character or making an insinuation about one’s ethic without really knowing the person or their background. I’ve seen it done to others where I knew the background of the person attacked, and […]
The title says it all. Five full-proof strategies for dealing with hatahs.