Capturing the indescribable magic of fresh powder turns in the snow can be a tricky balance of sun and shadow. Adventure filmmaker Ben Sturgulewski shares his tricks of the trade.
Invest In Yourself
The Value of Feedback
Beginner’s Guide to Marketing, Promoting and Distributing Your Film
Creating Positive Impact through Photography & Film – Michael Brown
I Have All This Amazing Footage, Now What?
Top 4 Adventure Festivals & Why Attending is Crucial for Breaking into the Industry
Unlimited access to Adventure Films at Film Festival Flix
Understanding the Basic Functions of a DSLR
How to Protect Your Camera When Traveling
How To Shoot A Static Timelapse – 7 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself
Traveling Abroad – Why Fixers are So Critical
Camera Basics: Composition & Angles
Looking to Start a Business? Here are 10 Tips to Get You Started
Tips for Writing a Killer Treatment
The Raw Timelapse Tutorial – Kit Breakdown
The Raw Timelapse Tutorial – Story, Scheduling & Scouting
How to Shoot In A Cold Climate – 7 Tips To Keep Your Camera Rolling & Improve Your Final Image
As a beginner filmmaker getting your work out there is a challenge. Where and who is your audience, how to maintain relationships, and how & where to distribute your work are all important aspects toward making your work known.
What we love about Michael, and especially this presentation, are the humble and realistic truths to not only summiting the highest mountains in the world, but also to conveying the stories of other people’s life-changing experiences through a medium in which everyone can appreciate.
Top 4 Adventure Film Festivals. Take a look at the important do’s toward getting more than just films out of your film festival ticket.
Having an active presence online is an important element of your business – whether through a website, facebook page or twitter profile. If your business does not have an online presence, you are losing valuable business opportunities as well as customers.