I’m a huge fan of the mobile video editor for iOS which is fast becoming a professional standard piece of software.
To celebrate 500 subscribers on YouTube, I’ve released a free LUT pack with creative filters for your video. The pack includes 6 free LUTs and can be downloaded here. Watch the video to see the LUTs in action.
These LUTs also work with other editors such as Lightroom, FCPX and Premiere.
As part of my weekly #FilmFriday, I’ve made a tutorial for LumaFusion, the iPad video editor that is fast becoming as powerful as desktop applications. In this tutorial, I show you how to create that classic VHS static effect in your videos. Check out the video above and please like, comment and subscribe.
This is an article I first wrote in 2010, but as it was so popular, I decided to update it with more examples and some better explanations. I used to teach students music video production and as part of an introduction lesson I got them to learn and identify the three main types of music video. I thought I’d share this with with those of you who are teaching a similar topic or you are interested in creating music videos for yourself.
I’m partial to the occasional video mashup… a lot of ones I’ve seen are pretty lame but this one is good. It’s from that Mel Gibson film where his son is kidnapped, can’t remember the name. This one’s by Swede Mason.
For those of you unfamiliar with the fine work of Arnold Schwarzenegger, I have attached a video of the ‘160 Greatest Arnold Schwarzenegger Quotes’. When I first saw this compilation a while back I nearly passed out. 10 minutes of pure heaven.
A few weeks ago my band made and released a music video to one of our tracks called ‘My Heart’. Just thought I’d share it with you. We basically had to rearrange my living room and shut the curtains for this one. You’ll see…
Just wanted to share with you all this video. It’s directed by Harry B, someone who I’ve frequently collaborated with on short films. You can visit his website here.
The latest part of my saga in converting to a digital-only lifestyle is being able to have a decent browser with which to browse my film collection. If you have a mac with the Leopard or Snow Leopard operating system you’ll have ‘Front Row’ – an interface that allows you to browse your film, TV and music collection with your keyboard or Apple remote. It’s well presented and it’s almost like browsing an interface on a TV with screenshots from each of your videos given as a preview.