With an increasing number of stock platforms available on the market, the supply of stock footage is huge. Quite often buyers end up in a jungle of editorial – and commercial licenses, unsteady footage and endless hours spent on sourcing the right clips. Here are a few tips on how to avoid some of the common mistakes and increase your chances to find the right stock footage. What stock video platforms to use We can’t highlight this enough – always make sure to use stock platforms which are paying their contributors a fair commission. The stock industry is competitive
With an increasing number of stock platforms available on the market, the supply of stock footage is huge. Quite often buyers end up in a
Hi Videographer, we’re looking for you! 👋 After opening up the VReel platform for all kinds of video footage a few months ago, we’re hoping
We came across you and your brother through your drone flying when VReel started off as a drone platform. How long have you been flying a drone and how did you get into it? We’ve been flying drones for many years, probably around seven years, more or less. In Holland we were one of the first companies using drones for making videos and photography.
We have some really exciting news! Since we started VReel, co-founder Edward Thomas always dreamt about creating a tool for easy video creation. A few months
To navigate through the jungle of available video footage out there, it’s good to have an idea of the terminology that most creators use when uploading. Below is
Over the last couple of months we’ve seen a huge increase in the demand for free stock video. Including everything from classic images to drone footage. Of course,
This post was originally written by Andre Oentoro for BreadnBeyond. Find the article here. The explainer video industry is moving up in the world. Earlier in 2017, these short visual
Guest: Bob Thomas – VC Investor Website | Email A conversation with VC investor, Bob Thomas In episode 2 of the VReel podcast, I speak to our good
As you may have heard there will be new regulations on drones starting on 1st July 2020. The biggest change from 1 July 2020 is that you as an operator will have to register with the NAA. Depending of the weight of your drone you will (most likely) also have to take on online training and online exam.
In a couple of sentences, can you summarise who you are and what you do?
My name is Josh Aarons, I’m a writer, director and all-round creative based in Oxfordshire. I spend most of my time creating original concepts and content for film, TV, music videos and commercials.
Ciaran is a freelance video creative and expert, specialising in post production editing, colour work and sound design.
In this blog post, we’re going to look at what to do with your drone footage to get it ready for a stock site. This will cover how
Need to recover and repair your drone after a crash? Mikael takes you through the steps he took to retrieve his drone from a lake and how he repaired it.
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A commonly asked question by people that want to create videos for their business is – what equipment do I actually need to start making videos for my
Why ‘Added Value’ is so Important to Client Acquisition. Myself and Edward talk a lot about how we can add extra value to our clients, something that has