July 6, 2020

July 6, 2020

July 6, 2020

Top Communities for Video Producers

Top Communities for Video Producers

Top Communities for Video Producers

#VideoProduction

#VideoProduction

#VideoProduction

Illustrator & Video Production

Whether you’re a beginner video producer or a professional, there are many good video production communities if you want to stay up to date, learn new skills, and look at other people’s production content to get inspired.

If you are a complete starter to video production, you can start from here to learn more about it: The Complete Guide for Video Production

As the vagon team, we selected our favorite websites full of helpful resources and communities to learn more about film making, post-production, color grading, new gears, and much more.

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1. The Blast from Rocket Stock: The Go-To Resource πŸ”—

The Blast gathers many helpful tips and tutorials for After Effects, Motion Design, and Video Editing in general. They are specialized in post-production and provide resources to access free music for your videos, free-motion design assets, VFX inspiration, and technical advice, among others. It is the go-to resource to enhance your projects.

2. Creative COW: The Worldwide Film and Video Making Community πŸ”—

Since 2001, Creative COW has been empowering media professionals thanks to their peer-to-peer support community. Creative COW Community is there to help you anytime with any video production issue; you just have to ask. They also provide a huge panel of blog posts to expand your skills in editing, technology, inspiration, and entertainment.

3. No Film School: Good resource for inspiration πŸ”—

No Film School is the leading worldwide community of filmmakers. They provide excellent tutorials and articles to know more about filmmaking, video production, and all things related to the industry where you can find a lot of ideas and inspiration for your new projects.

You can also check out our blog post if you are looking for your next video idea.

Not only No Film School is where filmmakers learn from each other, but also they provide excellent articles about cameras, film industry history.

4. Video copilot: A very good collaborative resource πŸ”—

Video Copilot is a collaborative resource for editors. They publish very insightful and diverse tutorials about scripts and presets, VFX, and some basics related to the different software, time remapping, animation and so much more! Those are good resources for training as they are short and easy to understand. The forum is also quite useful to ask or answer questions and become an active member of the community.

5. Cinema 5D: The leading source for filmmaking technology news and reviews πŸ”—

Cinema 5D is the place to go if you want to stay up to date and know everything about the latest advancements in camera and filmmaking technology, as well as industry news, reviews, and analysis. Their reviews are always honest and their opinion unbiased as they always try to convey an honest message to their readers on cameras and accessories.

6. Cinescopophilia: Filming Equipments πŸ”—

Cinescopophilia publishes a lot of useful video content about equipment, camera gear, inspirational content, what the other people in the industry are creating, and so much more. They also have very informative reviews and news to learn about the greatest camera gears and accessories to have.

7. Learn Color Grading: Must-go place to skyrocket your skills in color grading πŸ”—

LCG is a free video-based color grading and color correction resource for filmmakers. They have resources and tutorials for every level, from beginner and intermediate to advanced ones. On their blog, they publish very interesting tutorials for beginners, intermediate and advanced ones to learn more about color grading and understand better DaVinci Resolve.

8. Filmmakers Academy: Filmmaker Specialist πŸ”—

The Filmmakers Academy is the place where Shane Hurlbut, a renowned cinematographer with over 30 years of experience, shares his knowledge and tips. Their content is there for you to improve your skills and the quality of your work. They offer many professional courses and tutorials for a variety of skill levels and backgrounds in the industry.

You can also find more helpful Tutorials for Video Production & Courses for Video Production in our blog.

9. Bedtracks: Music content for postproduction πŸ”—

If you want to stay in tune with the latest in sound and video, Bedtracks is the place to go! Bedtracks curates and delivers custom music from leading music creators around the world. They give plenty of instructive, useful and helpful advice about video soundtrack and how to best choose it for your production.

10. Lights Film School: Storytelling πŸ”—

Lights Film School is the place where you can study more about how to produce projects, filmmaking, and meet some talented peers from all around the world. Lights Film School puts everything in their power for you to develop your own creative voice to become the filmmaker you want to be.

11. Subreddits for Video Producers: The biggest community of filmmakers

The Reddit community is a great place to ask any question you can think of. There are subreddits such as r/videography and r/editing full of different experiences and many answered questions.

If you are using software such as Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve, you can check out their Reddit community links from here too.

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12. Videomaker: A comprehensive video production guide πŸ”—

Videomaker.com includes any subject from tutorials to editing software and e-book downloads about video production. The website has a very useful buyer’s guide for video-making programs and gears to create better videos. Also, if you are looking to improve your video quality, here are more easy tips and tricks in our blog post: Tips to Improve the Quality of Your Video.

13. DVXuser: Online filmmaking community πŸ”—

Since 2003, DVXuser has been the home of a large community of filmmakers. From video cameras to software, you can ask fellow filmmakers questions and read their posts.

14. Filmmaking Lifestyle: Building a video business πŸ”—

Filmmaking Lifestyle provides great articles and courses about the film business and filmmaking. If you’re interested in starting or growing a business in video production and filmmaking, you might want to check out their website.

15. Unsplice: Essential Tips and Tricks πŸ”—

For video producers starting out, Unsplice offers career advice and beginner essential blog posts. You can also find tutorial posts for Adobe Premiere Pro and subscribe to the free mailing list for tips and other tutorials. The website also focuses on the business side of video production, and gives out great information about the industry and progressing your career.

If you are curious about how to get hired and noticed, check out our blog post about Ten Ways To Get Your Video Portfolio Noticed.

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