Hey everyone just letting you know we had a HARDCORE month of cranking out videos. Here’s a list of all the stuff the Pumthuggee Underground produced in the last 30 days: 2 Marshall McLuhan tutorial videos A 3 part set of How To Draw Cars videos. First part teaches perspective and design, second part teaches […]
Actual screen grab from the post-State of the Union streaming Q/A time with members of the White House staff as they take questions from -omg- TWITTER! As you can see the facial expressions ranged from asleep (or dead) to mild smirking and potentially vomiting in the background.
Instead of using a traditional PowerPoint slide show, use a video instead to draw extra attention to a special event. You can play it before and after the service as well as posting it to your church website.
#2. Pastors Video Blog:
One way for pastors to reinforce sermon points or to share other real life experiences to encourage and challenge the congregation is to create a video blog. This could be done weekly, bi-weekly or…
Hey everyone we just completed a very detailed training video series on auto vinyl graphics. In this 3 part video series we will cover all the information you need to design and apply vinyl graphics to your car! This is a lot easier than painting your car if you’re going for custom graphics and don’t want to get messy or find a huge garage to paint it. If you’ve seen any of the “The Fast and the Furious” movie or been to any car shows then chances are you’ve seen some pretty amazing vinyl graphics. Vinyl is basically a huge bumper sticker with images and graphics printed right on it. You need to design it on the computer, get it printed then apply. There are a lot of tips, tricks and techniques that you’ll need to know so make sure you watch every second of these training videos! Here’s a link to the playlist where you can see all 3 videos. Go!
If you’re doing green screen video here are the rules to get the best quality:
1. Light the green screen backdrop as evenly and brightly as possible.
2. Put as much distance between you and the green screen behind you as possible.
3. Light yourself well but don’t aim the lights so you get shadows on the greenscreen
4. Don’t wear a green shirt
Don’t spend thousands of dollars on an expensive DSRL rig for your new Canon video set up! For a just a couple bucks and using common household materials you can create this INSANELY elegant and practical DSLR rig. Features include: