How To Structure and Edit Your Documentary
Editing a documentary is neither easy nor fast. Even when you start with an outline, that outline is likely to change as you get to know the footage, the subjects and events. A good place to start is to look at all the footage and try to suspend judgement. Just look for and collect those magic moments of truth and beauty. Then you can begin to string them together and see what flows. Read More
Selling Your Video Business
Many producers assume that their video business is not saleable. That can be a self-fulfilling prophecy, but it doesn’t have to be. Selling your business is possible and can be profitable if you plan ahead for it. Here’s what you need to know
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Why Do Walgren’s and CVS Offer These Services?
The business of transferring film (8mm, super 8, and 16mm), slides, and photos to DVD is much larger than you might think. And it opens all kinds of creative possibilities. A photo montage alone can become a money-maker. Look at Ken Burn’s success! Or the ads from Walgreens and CVS pharmacies ”“ they wouldn’t offer the service if it wasn’t profitable.
And if that’s not enough, consider that Video Biographies can sell for up to $15,000. They can be done mostly with still photos and home movies. Add narration or an interview on video and you can create a really valuable documentary. Even the smallest town holds great potential for these video services.
The duplication and transfer business is a natural sideline for every video production business.
See how easy it is to add these services to your business with our special report “Start Your Own Video Duplication and Transfer Business”. You will care about this work a lot more than a giant corporation.
More Profitable than Buying a Camera
Videotape legal depositions for $60 ”“ $100 an hour with a 2 ”“ 4 hour minimum. If your schedule is flexible, this can be an ideal full or part-time business which requires only basic equipment. Read more.
Powerful Sales Techniques for Corporate Video Producers tackles all the tough questions producers face from their clients and prospects during almost every meeting. It’ll have you nodding in recognition and ”“ more importantly ”“ taking notes and developing a strategy for your next encounter with a corporate prospect! Read more.
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