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    Top 25 Blogs For Videographers

    December 19, 2015

December 19, 2015

Top 25 Blogs For Videographers

Top 25 Blogs for Videographers

Check out these amazing blogs that include quality resources that will improve your videography knowledge.

  1. Viddler

    Viddler has a long history of innovation in online video, developing patented new approaches, and transforming video from a passive viewing experience to an interactive, measurable, user-centered one. Backed by a powerful, secure content delivery network, Viddler delivers millions of videos for thousands of businesses around the world every day. Since 2005, Viddler has been a leader in online, on-demand video technology. We are focused on video interactivity that dramatically improves performance outcomes for corporate learning and training.

  2. YouTube Creator Blog

    Dedicated to help both new and old YouTube creators create better content.

  3. TechSmith Blog

    TechSmith’s suite of screen recording and video editing tools lets you make great content and collaborate with anyone. Communicate clearly, show what you know, and easily access your content wherever you are.

  4. Big Think

    Big Think believe that success in the future is about knowing the ideas that allow you to manage and master this universe of information. Therefore, they aim to help you move above and beyond random information, toward real knowledge, offering big ideas from fields outside your own that you can apply toward the questions and challenges in your own life. They include many videos that focus on change.

  5. Simple Vlogging Tips

    Provides excellent material on everything video, specializes in vlogging tips.

  6. Video Editing Software Tips

    Provides you with the latest news and updates in the area of home video editing. You will be able to find solid and sound advice on purchasing your own video editing software as well as help in the basics of home video.

  7. Vidyard

    As the world’s leading video marketing platform, Vidyard can show you exactly how viewers interact with your videos. This means you can continuously improve your marketing strategy based on measurable results. Along with hosting your video content, Vidyard reveals who’s watching your videos, and for how long with detailed viewer analytics and engagement data you can push directly into your MAP and CRM. Transform viewers into customers today.

  8. ReelnReel

    ReelnReel is a global expertise in the video promotional strategies on YouTube, Vimeo, Google+ & Facebook. ReelnReel was established in the year 2013 with a passion to provide end to end solutions on Video Marketing services to all business sectors. Their goal is to help brands leverage online video promotions through YouTube & social media.

  9. True Film Production

    True Film offers a unique service in which we combine our passion for visual storytelling with marketing expertise to create branded video content. They pride themselves on quality and professionalism. All of their projects are approached with the same poise and attitude. Their goal is to effectively tell the story in the most engaging way.

  10. MediaPlatform

    MediaPlatform is the leading enterprise video platform, enabling on-demand video and live webcasting for internal communications, CEO town halls, training and marketing. They partner with global organizations across all industries to help create more engaging executive messaging, enhance e-learning programs and power employee communications, while enabling knowledge sharing and collaboration. They are a pioneer in the enterprise video streaming space with over a decade of experience providing organizations with the ability to reach any employee, partner or customer in any location with high-quality video.

  11. Motionographer

    Since 2006, Motionographer has showcased outstanding work in motion design, animation and digital storytelling. It is an all-volunteer organization run by professional artists, designers and directors in our spare time.

  12. No Film School

    No Film School is the leading worldwide community of filmmakers, video producers, and independent creatives. No Film School is where filmmakers learn from each other — “no film school” required.

  13. CreativeCow.net

    Creative COW has grown to become the essential site to check for up-to-date information covering all phases of digital video. The COW’s leaders, representing a large cross-section of professionals, provide the digital film community its first real cyber-repository for information, answers, guidance and advice.

  14. Filmmaker IQ

    Whether you work with video, film, photography, illustration, animation, television, music, writing, FilmmakerIQ.com is the place to network with experienced, knowledgeable and inspiring filmmakers of all skill levels.

  15. The Black and Blue

    Whether you want to direct movies or work on the crew that makes them, The Black and Blue provides tips to help you look like a pro on set and is devoted to delivering useful knowledge about what it’s really like to make a movie. The Black and Blue is all about helping you become a better filmmaker, learn how to act professional on set, find more film work and survive the industry.

  16. OneRiver Media

    OneRiver Media have a collection of articles, reviews, opinions, and news that reflects the professional services they perform on a day-to-day basis, including the following: Video Production, Video Editing, Color-Grading and Finishing, Visual Effects, 3D Modeling & Animation, Chroma-keying, Audio, Sound and Music Production, Interactive New Media Authoring, Development and Programming, Behind-the-scenes for Commercial, Corporate, Feature Film, and more.

  17. Motion Graphics

    Video gallery with a selection of the best motion design works. For your inspiration and procrastination.

  18. Creativity Online

    Created by Advertising Age, leading global source of news, intelligence and conversation for the marketing and media community.

  19. The Cool Hunter

    The Cool Hunter celebrates creativity in all of its modern manifestations. Since its inception in 2004 The Cool Hunter has become the world’s most-read culture and design site, a leading authority on all things creative and a truly global hub for what’s cool, thoughtful, innovative and original. They value global relevance, not trends, channeling our discoveries to our worldwide audience. The Cool Hunter is a natural fit for its readers – creative influencers who stay in the know and ahead of the curve. Global in outlook, culturally discerning, The Cool Hunter readers are connected, creatively aware, confident, stylish and sociable. They value architecture, design, style, music, fashion and entertainment. They work, play and travel internationally and bring with them distinguished tastes and a demanding appetite for quality information. The Cool Hunter is not a trend-spotter, trend-watcher or trend predictor. They select and celebrate what is beautiful and enduring from all that is sought-after in architecture, design, gadgets, lifestyle, urban living, fashion, travel and pop culture. They remain relevant by staying ahead of and outside of trends and fads — the fickle shifts in taste and style. The Cool Hunter digs deeper, finding tomorrow’s icons and classic phenomena. They are a prized reference point of choice for a global creative community.

  20. Motion Graphics Served

    Motion Graphics Served features top work in categories such as animation, CGI and digital animation.

  21. The Vimeo Blog

    The official blog of Vimeo. Watch, learn and explore with stories, interviews and pro tips from the best filmmakers and creators in the online video industry.

  22. Phillip Hodgetts

    Philip Hodgetts’ unique blend of business and production knowledge gives him insight into the current state of the industry, and a remarkably accurate look forward. Here he shares his thinking, and points to articles of interest from other sites, with context as to why they’re interesting.

  23. Creative Impatience

    Here their impatience and annoyance with the shortcomings of their favorite post-production tools is transformed into actual solutions.

  24. Splice Vine

    Splice Vine is an ‘unconventional’ video editing resource site, because the art of cutting requires elastic thinking. With a foundation in video fundamentals and best practices, they expand beyond them to incorporate ideas and tools outside of our industry. These resources are contextualized and even re-contextualized so they become relevant to video editors.

  25. Aotg

    Aotg.com is a site where post professionals and film professionals can share and discuss content that they find from around the web that is post production related, with other post professionals. If you run a post blog, podcast, magazine, or discover something that is post related, share it at Aotg.com.


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