One of our favourite things about the video production and post-production communities is how much people share and chat. We love reading (and sharing!) all the tips and tricks we come across on a daily basis from industry leaders and experts. Here’s some of our favourites:
- NoFilmSchool – If you follow us on Twitter (@vidhubapp), you’ll know we’re a fan of the folks at NoFilmSchool and the content they share. From the latest gear, to video production tips, post-production and editing tips, and just generally fun posts, there’s always lots to read at NFS.
- Art of the Guillotine (AotG) – Speaking of sharing content, that’s exactly what AotG is a platform for. In addition to a great Podcast called the Cutting Room where they host entertaining interviews and insightful conversations, the website is a great place for industry experts and companies to share what they’re working on – nothing better than for the people, by the people!
- PremiumBeat – In addition to being a great source for royalty-free music & sound effects, PremiumBeat’s Blog features great news & tutorials for video producers and editors. We really like their unique perspectives on all aspects of being a video producer and running a business – not just posts about video gear and post-production software, but also about advertising online and more.
- /r/filmmakers on Reddit – While not a ‘blog’ per se, this subreddit is a great place to meet others in the industry, share what you’ve been working on, and discover tips and tutorials, with hobbyists, amateurs, and professionals all in the same place. There’s also a Weekly Megathread which is a free space to ask questions, no matter how big or small, to the community.
- PetaPixel – Arguably more of a photography-focused blog, we love reading their posts that blur the lines between photo and video and are a great source of inspiration.
This rounds up our top 5, but we know this is only the tip of the iceberg. Do you have a favourite blog, website, or place to learn more and share about video, production and post-production? Let us know below, or on Facebook or Twitter!