EDITORS: Double Your OUTPUT & Save your wrists With Pomodoro

Right now, I'm working on an all-you-can-eat-buffet of a post on video contracts and then its follow-up post on how to start your video business in less than 24 hours.

The latter should be very in-depth. I'm talking like 3,000+ words.

So in the meantime, here is a short post, and while Church Films is about financing and marketing your microbudget films, or rather giving you the step-by-step guides that you need to finance and market your microbudget films, this is a productivity hack that we all need as filmmakers.

I've mentioned this technique before and I think it's worth repeating.

Pomodoro is a productivity technique that you can use to save time, save your arms and hands from fatigue or worse, chronic pain, and it is essential for video editing. The Pomodoro Technique, that is…

It’s worth repeating: this Pomodoro technique is essential for video editing.

What You Really Need To Know About Color-Grading: The Nuts And Bolts Of DaVinci Resolve

Today's can o' worms: DVR.

It's a complicated program. 

It's fully loaded. Even its free version. And it's up to DVR 12 (DaVinci Resolve 12).

There are many different features you could use inside of DVR, but we only need to concern ourselves with color-correcting and then color-grading RAW footage.

Remember, color-correcting and color-grading are not the same.  

Let's get started with this tutorial:

Who: Newbies to color-correcting and color-grading

Time to complete: 1-2 hours with the walkthrough 

4 unsung heroes of sound editing

4 unsung heroes of sound editing

These guys are vastly underrated and should easily be on your first string.