Now that YouTube fully supports 360 degree video content, more creators are looking for a good entry-level camera that will allow them to film, and upload, footage easily. We take a look at the KODAK PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera, and review the different features that come as standard.
360 degree video support is up and running on YouTube, but what do you need to create videos in that format, what are the best ways for viewers to watch them, and what kind of content can you use them for?
YouTube is introducing support for 360 degree videos, but how can brands, marketers, and video creators take advantage of this new feature on the site? In this week's Creator's Tip, we discuss using 360 degree footage in your video marketing strategy.
It's never too late to buy that last minute holiday gift for the video enthusiast in your life - we have a few ideas for little, and not so little stocking fillers that will make any video creator, or watcher, smile.
Videos shot using Instagram's Hyperlapse app make for great short-form clips that can used in any video marketing campaign. In this week's Creator's Tip, we give you 5 tips for shooting the most professional footage using the app and your smartphone.
Consumers are turning to video to capture those special moments in their lives, and they are using Facebook, and YouTube to share that content with their friends and family. Video is also being used as a medium by consumers to capture milestone events and document them for the future.
World-renowned cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, director of 18 Hollywood blockbusters such as Act Of Valor, and Need For Speed, and branded commercials for Ford, Amex, and Visa, is sharing his knowledge in a series of workshops around the U.S. We caught up with him about what attendees can expect.
Time-lapse videos can turn the most mundane tourist or family footage into the most exciting or quirky clips you have ever created. But like most amateur footage, the end results are often shaky or imperfect. However, a new app from Instagram allows anyone with an Apple device compatible with iOS 7 to shoot beautiful time-lapse film without the need for tripods, Steadicams or other pricey equipment.
We had the privilege of catching up recently with Adam Epstein, who has been a key member of the Saturday Night Live editorial team since 2009. He agreed to share his tips and secrets about delivering great stories in a high pressure environment.
In our pick of the best branded Vines of the week, Sony confirms the price of the much-awaited a7S camera, The Home Depot takes us through a Rube Goldberg style journey from seed to plant, American Apparel shows us behind the scenes in L.A., and Hewlett Packard takes a trip to the beach.
Vincent Laforet is a Pulitzer Prize winning photo-journalist turned director with a distinguished career behind both the still and motion camera. We jumped at the chance to ask him to choose his top five tips for anyone wanting to grow their expertise in directing motion.
The dreaded dead battery is the bane of on location shooting with DSLRs that run in the 2-3 hour battery life range. But with this simple hack, you can have nigh infinite video shooting with 10 minutes of time and minimal expense. Plus, there is no actual modification to the camera itself. Now, get out there and shoot without boundary.
The best Vines of the last 7 days include a trip around a full-blown fashion show in 6 seconds, a Doritos/Cheetos mash-up that's too hot even for T-Rex, the launch of Samsung's new Kzoom smartphone, and confirmation on how a handy new phone charger can save you from the world's most boring magazine.