Indie filmmaker? No-budget filmmaker? Low-budget filmmaker? Microbudget Filmmaker? Part of a church video production team? Videographer and a starving artist? I've been asked a lot - how do you make a video? Can you help with my videos? Or more generally for those starting out, what do I do? If you're that guy or gal wondering what to do with the latent skills and passions the Almighty has given you (whether film or video production), then this book is for you. This is the first part of the No Budget Guide To Filmmaking: The 30-Step Guide For Low-Budget Filmmakers Who Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too.
If you're a church ministry, or a solo indie filmmaker, you know how difficult marketing your video can be.
You want viewers. After all, you have a message for them to hear.
You spend hours and sometimes months putting together a short video, only to have a few people watch it.
If you're a small church, you're familiar with the joke that churches are 10 years behind the times.
10 years ago, we didn't have YouTube.
10 years ago, you couldn't upload videos to Facebook.
10 years ago, Vimeo was scarcely a thought.