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20 FREE Online Stock Video Sites!

20 FREE Online Stock Video Sites!
Whether you’re working on a commercial campaign, a corporate video, or a low-budget indie, incorporating stock video into your project can really elevate your final product. Here are a handful of sites from around the web that just might have the shot you need — for FREE! 1. Videezy Videezy is a fantastic resource for free HD stock video. 2. Looking for explosions, smoke streams, or blood splatters? 3. Movietools is a great resource for background and graphic video elements. 4. Since the mid 90s, Archive.org has been a digital repository for all sorts of digital media. 5. All of the clips offered by Pexels Videos are totally free, high definition, and available under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. 6. X Stock offers high resolution clips, but suffers in terms of variety of subject matter. 7. The News Market features clips that are topical and newsworthy, as well as many prepackaged news pieces (VNRs). 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. BONUS: Shutterstock Related:  Working Online

Virtual Assistant Skills Test Answers | Expert Rating | Test Answers Q: Google displays up to _____ characters of a webpage's Title Tag. Answer a. 56 b. 60 c. 66 d. 80 Q: Which of the following is a characteristic of social media communications? a. it is immediate b. can be deleted c. can be edited d. all of the above Q: __________________ programs are computer applications that create pages with multiple cells in a grid of rows and columns to resemble worksheets. a. b. c. d. Q: Press ___________ to search and replace in a word document. a. b. c. d. Q: When working for a client it is best to have a(n)__________________. a. b. written contract c. contract template d. oral agreement Q: Delays in social media communications are due to __________________. a. time to print b. the individual c. mail time d. Q: What is meant by the concept of "viral" in social media? a. b. c. d. Q: Creating a work schedule will help you to _________________________. a. determine your workable hours b. keep from being overwhelmed c. accomplish your daily goals a. b. c. both a and b a. b. c. d.

550+ Royalty-Free Stock Photos You Can Download Now Let me tell you a quick, cautionary tale about copyright law and using photos and images online. A couple years ago, a popular stock photography vendor claimed copyright infringement on an image we used in one of our ebooks. Embarrassed, I quickly investigated. As it turned out, another internet user had purchased the offending image from that same stock photography service and uploaded it to a photo-sharing website under a Creative Commons license. That's when it hit me: What if marketers didn't have to shell out more money for images, obsess over copyright laws, and fret about permissions? Download 80 new stock photos here to use however you want, royalty-free. But don't stop there ... 565 Royalty-Free Pictures to Download and Use We have four collections of stock photos you can download here: You can preview these collections below. 80 Assorted Stock Photos Download Photos 75 More Assorted Stock Photos 160 Business-Themed Stock Photos 250 Holiday-Themed Stock Photos 1) On Your Homepage

EYEDISH | Spicy Entertainer Topographical Light Paintings Created by Tracing Entire Rooms with One LED Helsinki, Finland-based photographer Janne Parviainen has been light painting since 2008, and recently created series of experimental photos showing a technique he calls Light Topography. Using a single LED light for each image, he carefully traces over every surface in the scene while the camera’s shutter is open. Fully tracing a room can take as long as half an hour. All the photographs in this series were done entirely in-camera, with no special CGI or trickery applied afterward. Light Topography by Janne Parviainen (via Colossal) Image credits: Photographs by Janne Parviainen and used with permission

Best free video editing software: 9 top programs you should download Introduction It's the first law of movie-making: no matter how expensive your camera, or how skilled you are at using it, your raw footage will always be rubbish. And so, if you're looking to add a little professional polish, then installing a video editor will be essential. Commercial video editors can be very expensive, of course, but you may not have to go that far. Also, if you're wondering what sort of PC you'll need to buy (or build) in order to easily crunch through heavier duty video editing tasks (or indeed image editing), then we've got you covered. Garbage In, Garbage out, the saying goes, so if you want better raw footage, you should probably get a proper, decent camcorder. Here are the 20 applications we shortlisted in no particular order of preference. Also why not check out.... This article is updated regularly. Be aware that some developers choose to package their free applications with third party software (Google Chrome for example) in order to monetise their downloads.

Beachfront B-Roll Indulgy - Everyone deserves a perfect world! FilmmakerIQ.com 30 Essential Pieces Of Free (and Open) Software for Windows Recently, I received a fresh new laptop from Dell. Upon receiving it, I did the traditional “installation of Windows from scratch” on it to remove a lot of the garbage that is preinstalled on Dells. Then I got really busy installing tons of great software that takes care of pretty much every software need I have. What follows is a list of thirty pieces of software that are the cream of the crop of open source software for Windows. Now, if only there were an open version of The Sims 2, I might go the whole way and switch to Linux… Thirty Free and Open Software Programs Worth Downloading 1. Replaces Internet Explorer If you haven’t switched to Firefox for your web browsing needs, do it now. 2. 3. Replaces Microsoft Outlook’s calendaring functions Might as well get the Mozilla trifecta out of the way by mentioning Sunbird, which is the Mozilla Foundation’s calendaring program. 4. Replaces Microsoft Word Want a good word processor but find Microsoft Word too expensive? 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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10 Renowned Directors Offer Their Advice on Filmmaking As artists, we know that to some extent all our creative ventures are based on what has come before. Although, much like the biological evolution, the utilization of creativity recombines and mutates what has been established, ultimately resulting in work that is uniquely yours. The same can be said about the wisdom of veteran filmmakers. I want to start off with an interview with Fritz Lang, director of Metropolis; a film from one of my favorite eras of cinema history: German Expressionism. Kevin Smith on storytelling and walking the fine line between being reasonable and unreasonable (contains some NSFW language). David Lynch addresses multiple aspects of filmmaking (even that bane of every sound person’s existence: airplanes). Sidney Lumet briefly talks about working in film and why he prefers working with prime lenses . Martin Scorsese talks about his experience in film school, his influences, and 21st century filmmaking. What do you think of the advice from these directors? Links:

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