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Grow your video business by increasing your profits and keeping your sanity all without losing your creativity! Learn how to create a system – how to become a sherpa. Be inspired by filmmakers and creative professionals (aka sherpas). Start elevating your video business to the next level. Learn more at https://studiosherpas.com/
 
Join us as we go behind the scenes and onset with Director of Photography Austin Roghelia and Producer Trevor Barone from Ideal Impact Media and Spark11 Productions. "How We Shot It" dives into commercial and wedding video production. Topics will include pre-production, lighting, audio, directing, gear, and everything in between. Watch At: https://www.youtube.com/c/Check2Studios Engage At: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Check2Studios Support At: https://www.patreon.com/check2studios
 
Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “Anatomy of a Movie” (AOM). Each episode of AOM centers upon one movie title where an expert panel of hosts, from different facets of the industry, dissect every aspect of that particular film from casting to acting, writing to directing and cinematography to editing. AOM is not a a movie review or critique. Rather it is a movie companion, offering deeper insigh ...
 
BISC is creating a movement for local small businesses in Brevard to get their creative messages out! Join the conversation on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1639539519476875/ New video content available at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4oZQjmx9GjfqjCmphNYV3g Business Impacting the Space Coast is Sponsored and Produced by Ideal Impact Media https://idealimpactmedia.com/
 
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It’s hard to believe it - 200 episodes! When I started this podcast, I never imagined that I’d make it to 200 episodes. But here we are. I know I’m here today because of you. I do this show on a weekly basis for you. Your countless messages of gratitude keep me going. This episode is going to be different. I have a bunch of really amazing and fun m…
 
In Episode 143 we're chatting to Dave Williams of Philadelphia based video production company, Cinema Cake Dave is an experienced event/wedding videographer who has now moved into corporate and commercial work. We get the low down on his journey, his choices of kit and how he's transitioning his business through the Pandemic. To help the show throu…
 
Have you ever had a friend or family member ask you for a big discount or to make a free video? If it hasn’t happened yet, it’s only a matter of time. As a giving person, it’s tough for me to turn them down. However, as a business owner, it’s really hard to do the work that I do for free and bad for my business in the long-run. Key Takeaways It’s o…
 
In this week's show, experienced UK based TV camera op Phil Chappell gives the low down on working for the the BBC and ITV. He shares his experiences on kit and gives some advice to anyone who may be looking to start a career in television camera work. We'd like to draw your attention to a fantastic offer of 25% off your first order with Select Mus…
 
There’s a lot to consider as your business grows. When I started my studio, I was my only employee. It wasn’t too long before I realized I needed to hire some people on to keep things running. I was hesitant. It costs a lot to take on employees. But what I soon realized was that a larger team led to more and better work in the long run. Key Takeawa…
 
Mick Shah, photographer and videographer at Miki Studios gives us a real world review of the new Sony A7S3. Mick has been loaned 2 of the new cameras by Sony for a recent shoot in Southern Italy. He gives us his first impressions, how they performed in the hot Italian sun and whether he's tempted to make a purchase when he returns them. If you're l…
 
This year has not gone as expected. That’s true for my business as much as anything else. The mechanisms that used to bring clients and projects my way don’t work like they used to. However, virtual summits and meetups have exploded. Today, I’m sharing how I’ve been harnessing the potential of these virtual events to grow my business. Key Takeaways…
 
In this weeks episode we're talking once again to Canon Ambassador, Simeon Quarrie on his experience of the new C70. Plus Andre and Rich talk NDAs, reveal their most embarrassing wedding moments and we find out Andre's most favourite wedding venue of all time. If you're looking for production music, why not head over to our sponsor, Select Music Li…
 
As a small business owner, you actually have a lot of flexibility. You can pivot what you do and make offers that big companies can’t. Especially during tough times like these, you can find opportunities that may not have existed before. As today’s guest is going to tell you, there’s a gift that lies in scarcity. Key Takeaways It’s important to kee…
 
An emotional connection often exists between creatives and our creations. We want to have an influence and an impact with what we do. So it’s easy to take it personally when people either like or dislike our work. Yet there are many ways to stay in control when putting your creations out into the world. Key Takeaways When presenting early drafts to…
 
The number one question that I get is how to get more client work. It comes down to confidence and being a practitioner. In this episode, I go a little more into depth on the topic I touched on in a recent vlog. I also talk about my quest to be on the PGA Tour and how random I am. CONNECT WITH ME: http://www.instagram.com/scottmckenna http://www.yo…
 
How do you set yourself apart by impressing your clients? Hopefully, it is something that can land you bigger and better jobs. If you can be remarkable, you’ll find yourself with bigger jobs than you thought possible. Key Takeaways You don’t need to be an expert in everything. Asking for help, building systems, and seeking out the expertise of othe…
 
In this week's show we chat about the eagerly awaited Sony A7S3, is it the camera we've been waiting for for 3+ years? Have Sony given 'us' everything we asked for? Also on the podcast, Andre gives us his insights into live streaming - could be the answer to still covering events during the pandemic? If you're looking for new fresh music for your v…
 
If it hasn’t happened already, you’re going to deal with a difficult client. It’s that type of experience that will help you identify your ideal client. Key Takeaways The key to establishing a good working relationship with clients is good communication. Letting them know your process from the start helps avoid disappointment later on. With the eco…
 
Excited to relaunch the Scott McKenna Podcast. Lots of things coming in the near future. - The Scott McKenna Podcast is back - Welcome Back - Life Update (so much happening) - My Brain is all over the place, can you relate? - I want to start having more fun. - I entered a golf tournament - Business is growing again - Weekly Recap of YouTube Release…
 
In an episode originally recorded in early July, acclaimed international photographer Sharon Von Riekhoff discusses how she started her business, shooting Royal Weddings and working with videographers at weddings. The complete back catalogue of OWIV podcasts can be found on our website, www.owiv.co.uk We can be found on all social media sites at @o…
 
Having bigger budget clients and making more money sure seems like the thing to do. In reality, it’s not always the best thing for your business. That’s just one of the topics that came up during a recent coaching call with Kenny Morg. In fact, there were so many great nuggets of wisdom in this call that I want to share some of it with you. Decidin…
 
Do you feel like you’re running in place on a life-sized hamster wheel or are you living a life of delight? As a business owner and entrepreneur, it might feel like you have a never-ending to-do list to check off. But that’s not why you do what you do. Today, I’m thrilled to have a guest who will help us reframe why we got into this line of work, t…
 
We are honoured this week to be joined by the totally outstanding, New York based wedding videographer, Sharrone Calafiore of Fiore Films. Sharrone gives us an insight into her kit list, filming and editing techniques and the struggles of capturing wedding moments on the streets of New York city. The complete back catalogue of OWIV podcasts can be …
 
Just because you have a great idea, it doesn’t mean that your customers are going to love it too. They have their own projects and are working on their own schedule. Understanding that your priorities are not the same as your customers’ is key to creating long-term relationships with them. Jason Fried, a non-serial entrepreneur, is the founder and …
 
If you’re not working with the clients and budgets you’d like, the problem may lie in your website. What does the copywriting on it look like? Is it helping your ideal client find you? If not, it’s time to reassess the story you’re telling. Josh Cantrell is the founder of Signal Brandworks, a messaging and copywriting agency that helps people find …
 
Have you ever had a project become bigger than it’s supposed to? I know I have. It’s cost me time, money, and sanity. This is scope creep and it’s incredibly common. Fortunately, I’ve learned (the hard way) to avoid it. It's fine to go that extra mile for your clients. It’s great to give them more than they expect. But if you don’t have healthy bou…
 
What would you choose to do if you had to completely shift your life? Would you focus on your true calling? All too often our jobs get in the way of our dreams. This is a shame because what you do for work has all the potential to align with your higher calling. But it’s up to you to intentionally create this. Today, I’m thrilled to be joined by Ir…
 
We all want discipline in our lives, but it’s a lot of work. Discipline means doing what you’d rather not do to realize the goals you want to achieve. As a filmmaker who wants to stay in business for the long run, it will be discipline that gets you there. On today’s solo episode, I want to talk about some of my hard-learned lessons in becoming pro…
 
In this weeks show we're chatting with UK based Canon Ambassador, Simeon Quarrie Simeon has very recently been fortunate enough to get his hands on the all new headline grabbing, Canon R5 mirrorless camera. Does it live up to the 8K 'headline bait'? Simeon reveals his thoughts on Canon's latest editions to their 'R' range. If you're looking for new…
 
When this year started, no one expected it to turn out the way it has. Sadly, many small businesses have gone under as a result. Those that survive will be the flexible ones. If you can identify the opportunities that exist and pivot to take advantage of them, then this will be a storm you can weather. Kenny Morgan is an agency owner who transition…
 
In this weeks podcast we chat to Cambridge based videographer Mark Asplin of White in Motion. Mark recently booked and filmed a 'post lockdown' wedding. We find out he got the booking, how he prepared for it, how he worked on the day and how socially distant everyone was prepared to be. If you're looking for new fresh music for your video productio…
 
No one likes failing. But every failure hides an opportunity. In fact, what sets you above your competition may have been borne out of a failure. Combined with perspective, failure provides lessons for learning and growing. Nate Bailey is a leader and a speaker who knows how to impact and reach an audience. He recently fulfilled his long-time dream…
 
In this weeks podcast we talk with New York based videographer Adam Forgione. With his company Pennylane Productions, Adam has been in the wedding film business since 2001. In 2005 he won his first international creative excellence award for wedding filmmaking. In 2011 he moved into commercial productions with Pennylane Visuals in and in 2015 headl…
 
As many of us cannot currently get together for a meet-up, we thought it would be a great idea to do a Zoom 'chat-up' with as many of you as possible. The first of these 'meet ups' will be Tuesday 7th July at 8pm (BST). We're going to limit it to 20 people, so places will be on a first come, first served basis. It will be totally informal, you don'…
 
Every entrepreneur understands the challenge of managing their finances. Meeting financial goals, avoiding debt, and just keeping your head above water can be a struggle. Honestly, this is one of my least favorite topics, but it’s incredibly important. Andy Hill is the award-winning podcaster and blogger behind Marriage, Kids, and Money. He has hel…
 
In this weeks episode we chat to Mandy Dhillon of wedding production company, Vid Ego. Mandy began her wedding videography journey 12 years ago, as the UKs first Asian female wedding videographer. She explains to us the sexism she encountered when she first started out and how she overcome this to become the now highly respected and one of the most…
 
We will all come across opportunities to change our lives. Recognizing and acting upon them is key. We have what it takes. Sometimes we need support to see that. Today’s guest shares how harnessing your greatness to do what is hard will ultimately lead to unimaginable success. Rock Thomas is the world’s number one whole life success expert. He is t…
 
After the absense of a co-host for close on 9 months, in this episode of Our Week in Video I can finally reveal who will be joining me from here on in! This episode also gives an insight on feature films that have inspired us over the years and how you can translate some techniques employed by Hollywood into your films. We also talk about how best …
 
On this week's special edition of Anatomy Of A Movie, special guests Directors Cary Murnion and Jonathan zoom in to talk with Ryan Nilsen about their new film "BECKY" starring Lulu Wilson, Kevin James, and Joel McHale! Becky Amazon Rental Link: https://amzn.to/3e4Ooqt Follow Popcorn Talk @thePopcornTalk & Ryan Nilsen @RyNilsen Spunky and rebellious…
 
My heart hurts and I decided to use my platform to share a little more about my story, my reaction to the tragedies unfolding around us, and how I’m choosing to respond. I think I’ve ridden the line for a long time as a business owner by trying to make friends with everyone thinking that the most popular businesses are the most successful. It’s tak…
 
In the first half of this episode I chat to Andre Foster about his latest purchase, an Atomos Ninja V. He tells me why he bought it and what old kit he sold in order to fund the purchase. In the 2nd half of the podcast we discuss what kit we'd recommend to those of you that are just starting out in videography. We give our thoughts on first cameras…
 
Have you ever wondered where the time goes? Do you get lost in little tasks and find that nothing actually got done by the end of the day? I’ve been there. I’m sure we all have. That’s why mindset is so important. The truth is, you can’t grow as a business until you allow yourself the time to think. It’s the clarity that comes with that thinking th…
 
Limitations are a benefit to creativity. In the reality of COVID 19, business owners are facing significant limitations. But with crisis there comes opportunity. In this episode, I talk with someone who is full of brilliant actionable ideas that we can all harness to grow our businesses right now. Tucker Max is the co-founder of Scribe Media, a com…
 
On this special edition of of Anatomy of A Movie, Ryan Nilsen and Bryant Santos are breaking down the new Lily James / Simon Pegg drama "Inheritance" with the Director Vaughn Stein! Follow Ryan Nilsen @RyNilsen and Bryant Santos @TheBryantSantos and the film @filminheritance The film follows a patriarch of a wealthy and powerful family suddenly pas…
 
Imagine going to sleep at night and waking up in the morning with more money. Stick with me on this one, because this is something that’s within your grasp as a filmmaker and producer. For the past three years, my studio has been doing it. Today, I’m sharing our strategy for you to use too! Creating content for course creators opens up some great o…
 
Balancing your creativity and your business is a challenge. But prioritizing the parts that fulfill you the most won’t just be good for you, it will benefit your business too. Inevitably, this will foster a sense of purpose for your business that will lead to meaningful connections and projects. David Burkus is a skilled researcher and an inspiring…
 
At some point, we all end up in a situation that forces us to do far more than we ever thought possible. We’re changing all the time and pushed to new heights. I’m not the person I was before and you aren’t either. Today, I’m talking with someone who understands as well as anyone how none of us are ever the finished product of ourselves. Dr. Benjam…
 
On this special edition of Anatomy of A Movie, two of the leads from Netflix's "The Half Of It" Leah Lewis and Alexxis Lemire join Bryant Santos, Ryan Nilsen, and Trina Dong. The Half Of It follows a shy, introverted student helping the school jock woo a girl whom, secretly, they both want. It's a delightful romantic comedy that highlights platonic…
 
Review and Analysis of the new Camilia Banus film DANGEROUS LIES on Netflix. We'll break down the plot, performances, pacing, and production background as well give a rating at the end. The film follows the life of Grover, years of monotonous work and a loveless marriage turns a once vibrant man into a shell of his former self. What did you think o…
 
In this weeks podcast I chat with UK based videographer Andre Foster. A few years ago Andre made the decision to close down his successful wedding videography business and slowly make the transition to becoming a freelance wedding videographer. He now gets to travel the UK covering weddings for a large number of wedding videography studios. This is…
 
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