Where Filmmakers Learn: The Best in Tutorials, Tools, and Classes

Got a great idea for a video project but want a filmmaking primer first? We’ve gathered thirteen of the best film resources to get you started. Whether you’re a seasoned cinematographer searching for new techniques or you’ve only just picked up a camera for the first time, these online tutorials, blogs, and tools will get your creativity in gear—and help you make the most of our Unlimited Library.   Classes and Tutorials from the Pros Lynda Lynda is a one-stop-shop for design and technology classes, all suited to a variety of … Read more about Where Filmmakers Learn: The Best in Tutorials, Tools, and Classes

New 6K Ultra-HD Aerial Collection From VideoBlocks

New 6K Ultra-HD Aerial Collection From VideoBlocks You think 4K Ultra-HD is cool? We here at VideoBlocks raise you 6K! It's an eye-popping, amazingly detailed pixel resolution that's ten times greater than 1080p HD footage. You can visualize the difference in high-definition resolutions here: The main benefit of 6K is being able to compose your own 4K export from a larger canvas, not to use full 6K -- TVs can't even play 6K yet! To obtain the momentous Video Blocks 6K Ultra-HD Aerial Collection, our cinematographer used a RED Epic … Read more about New 6K Ultra-HD Aerial Collection From VideoBlocks

20 Ways to Incorporate Video Editing in the Classroom

It can be hard to keep churning out fun and engaging activities to do in your classroom. We wanted to help out, so we’ve put together 20 different ways that you can use video technology in your classroom. Take a look and see if it inspires you to incorporate a camera into your curriculum! 1. Video book reports.   2. Capture and assess oral reading.   3. Make videos as gifts for parents/guardians.   4. Make a Public Service Announcement about a topical subject like bullying or recycling.   5. Use video to clearly … Read more about 20 Ways to Incorporate Video Editing in the Classroom

5 Ways to Use Free Stock Footage as an Educational Tool

Multimedia learning is one of many hot trends in education. Take a look at these five ways to incorporate free stock footage into your classroom! Teach students to edit video. Whether you do an in-class tutorial on using iMovie or you devote an entire lesson plan to teaching Final Cut, your students will be thrilled to start incorporating this multimedia skill into their classwork. Download some stock footage clips and import them into a folder that the class can share. That way everyone is working off of the same material during the … Read more about 5 Ways to Use Free Stock Footage as an Educational Tool