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This week I had an opportunity to contribute an article to the Attorney at Work site, sharing my insights about creating video that connects with viewers. I am often gobsmacked at the poor quality of the video I see in the legal community. It is as if they are more worried about how other lawyers […]

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  Coffee. It is something I love, although I try to limit my intake to one cup a day (granted, my daily cuppa’ joe is usually vente-sized.) But there are times when I wonder if I really need the added stimulus. I seem to be someone who is naturally caffeinated. Recently I was asked to […]

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  Everyone loves a funny video. We laugh out loud. We talk about them. We post them on our wall or tweet out a link. A funny video gets shared, something that motivates every video producer. So why aren’t the majority of web videos funny? Frankly, being funny is hard. It’s difficult to do well because […]

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Free eBook – Getting Started with Sony Movie Studio

StoryGuide.net has released the latest e-book to help you master the art of editing. Download a free copy of “Getting Started with Sony Movie Studio” so you can get the most from this powerful video editing software.   You will learn:   – How to get your project started so you will avoid problems at […]

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The “Field of Dreams” phase of online video is long past. You can no longer assume if you build it they will come. And even if a viewer does find your masterpiece, will they watch? All too often a simple mistake in your video becomes a barrier to viewers. They become disinterested, or worse, frustrated, […]

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Journo Nest has posted a concise little list of online resources if you are looking to get started with video and the web. We are flattered to be included in this crowd of folks, companies and organizations.   Vimeo Video School– a fun place for anyone to learn to make a video. Adam Westbrook, online […]

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Video has become what websites were a decade ago – something that gives nimble, early adopters an edge over the competition. Unfortunately, a quick tour around the web illustrates the notion that creating boring, ineffective and pointless video is quite easy. In all seriousness, I have to believe that wasn’t anyone’s goal when entering the creative process. Most of the videos you see […]

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