If video personal histories appeal to you but your experience with video production is limited, help is just a click away! You’ll find a wealth of valuable resources in these five sites.
- Videomaker. “This is the place to start for videography training. Here you will find hundreds of articles about audio/video software, video editing hardware, and help with video lighting techniques.”
- Video 101. “Offers tutorials on the fundamentals of film and video production. Includes video clips, flash animations, and explanations.”
- BBC Academy. The Good Shooting Guide: the basic principles “Do you need to shoot a sequence and are not quite sure where to start? Have you shot unusable material and are not sure why? Learn from experienced programme makers and use tools & guides to help you on your next shoot.”
- VideoUniversity. “Hundreds of free articles for new and advanced videographers. Here’s a sample: 50 Ways To Improve Your Video Business; Video Art – An Introduction; Audio for Video — Part 1 Tape Formats and Hardware; Audio For Video – Part 2 Microphones & Techniques; Audio For Video – Part 3 Audio Production Techniques.”
- MediaCollege. “… a free educational website for all forms of electronic media. We have hundreds of exclusive tutorials covering video & television production, audio work, photography, graphics, web design and more.”
- Vimeo Video School. “…a fun place for anyone to learn how to make better videos. Start by browsing our Vimeo Lessons, or find specific video tutorials created by other members.”
If you enjoyed this post, get free updates by email.