Whether you’ve been taking photos since cameras became a common feature of cellphones, or for decades longer, you’ve probably noticed the increasing proliferation of video. Here’s how to join the media revolution.
Something Sketchy: A Beginner’s Guide to Storyboarding
Storyboarding is a great way to encourage creative expression, so whether you’re ready to map out a feature film, or just curious how to pick up the practice, here’s everything you need to know to get started.
‘Lunar Orbit’: Documenting the Rise of Ambient-House Pioneers the Orb
‘Lunar Orbit’ offers insight into the unique process the Orb duo of Alex Paterson and Thomas Fehlmann have come to be known for, while taking the viewer on a journey of their personal histories.
Storytelling 101: The 6 Elements of Every Complete Narrative
Regardless of genre or style, all good stories have six common elements. When developing your next narrative work, make sure you’re paying careful attention these to ensure maximum impact.
How to Be More Creative With the Camera: Film and Video Tricks
Whether you’re mounting your camera in an interesting spot, using a specialized lens, or adding a little bit of handheld shakiness, it’s all a good way to get people to remember your work and enhance your storytelling.
Paper Video Games and Rock-Solid Filmmaking with MysteryGuitarMan
We wanted to see what YouTube star Joe Penna, aka MysteryGuitarMan, would come up with when given access to the full Pond5 library. Check out his stop-motion tribute to classic video games, along with his advice for aspiring film and video creators.