Category: Education

Breaking Down the Different Types of Video Cameras from No-Budget to Pro-Budget

Posted by Anthony - July 16, 2012 - Cameras, Education, Instructional DVDs, Lynda.com FundVidScreen2

Earlier this year I put out my first ever online Video Camera Buyer’s Guide to help you sift through some of the most popular and well-reviewed prosumer and pro video cameras. While that guide provides a great overview of what’s out there, it may not necessarily help you figure out what type of video camera [...]

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Check Out My Brand New “Fundamentals of Video” Course on Lynda.com

Posted by Anthony - June 11, 2012 - Audio, Cinematography, Education, Lighting, Lynda.com LyndaLogo2

  It’s been a long minute since I’ve last put up a blog post, so wanted to come back with a bang.  I mentioned awhile back that I would have some big news in the realm of film education and I can now officially share that news- which is my brand-spanking new video course on Lynda.com entitled [...]

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Come Holla At Ya Boy – Live and In-Person!

Posted by Anthony - April 10, 2012 - Education, Networking, Panels and Conversations UnicornWritersLogo3

…I know it’s been a minute or two since I’ve last put up a new blog post.  Been very busy with an exciting new project that I will announce later, but know that it involves LOTS more no-nonsense film instruction for the masses.  So stay tuned for that BIG announcement in coming weeks.  In the [...]

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SHINE: 14-Yr Old Filmmaker Cruce Grammatico’s “Michigan Uncovered”

Posted by Anthony - March 22, 2012 - Education, Film Books, Filmmaker Spotlight Cruce4

A few weeks ago the Grammatico family of Michigan reached out to me to share their filmmaking experience with my Shut Up and Shoot series of filmmaking guide books.  I was so impressed with the story and work of 14-year old filmmaker Cruce Grammatico that he inspired me to start a new case-study blog segment [...]

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“The Shut Up and Shoot ” Series Does What It Was Supposed To…

Posted by Anthony - March 22, 2012 - Book Reviews, Education, Film Books, Filmmaker Spotlight Cruce5

A few weeks ago I received a very nice thank you letter from Deborah Grammatico, who has been using my Shut Up and Shoot filmmaking guides to help her son, Cruce, learn filmmaking.  Since I first published The Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide in 2007, I’ve received many such letters from all over the world , but [...]

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