I tweeted something tonight that’s been running through my brain. I read an article that (in many cases, rightly so) said that newspapers have largely failed because they’ve been too busy being “on the Internet” rather than “of the Internet.”
So I’ve been wondering, what does it mean for us multimedia producers to be “of the Internet?”Learn More
At some point, you’re going to run into this situation:
You’ve created a graphic or toned/edited a photo inside of Photoshop, and now it’s time to bring the image into video editing or motion graphics software, like Final Cut Pro, AVID, Motion, After Effects, etc.
The problem is, once the graphic or photo arrives, the colors are off and/or the image looks like crap.Learn More
While I have shot some video on a Canon 1Ds Mark IV and the new T2i, I do not consider myself an expert by any means. However, the guy in the picture is. I went to his presentation today in St. Louis and came away with some notes on DSLR video that might be helpful to multimedia journalists and visual media producers.Learn More
If I had to point out one problem with the majority of online video journalism, it would be the distinct lack of a coherent story.
It feels like somewhere along the way, somebody decided that online video journalism would involve soundbites from one or multiple sources strung together for minutes on end, often with pretty pictures and video filler to cover the audio track.Learn More