Video & Film

19
Apr

A Professional Photographer & Filmmaker’s Annual Costs

Posted by | · · · · · · · | Business · Multimedia · Nonprofits · Photography · Uncategorized · Video & Film

  We know many of you are involved in planning your nonprofit’s annual budgets. And we also know many of you are mystified about why photographers and filmmakers charge the rates that they do. We created a graphic, based on one of our editor’s actual expenditures and value of her gear, […]

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13
Apr

JOBS AROUND THE WORLD: APRIL 2018

Posted by | · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · | Jobs · Multimedia · Nonprofits · Photography · Video & Film

NOTE: Please don’t send your job applications to NGO Storytelling. We aggregate these postings as a service to you. To apply for a position, click the “Learn more about this job” link beneath each listing. Thank you!   Communication Officer for Aide et Action International (AEAI) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia […]

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29
Mar

Visual Stories for Nonprofits: Foodies Without Borders

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Oluwaseun Babalola is the founder and executive producer at DO Global Productions. DO Global Productions is a video production company specializing in documentary media and providing positive narratives of people of color since 2015.  How were you connected with Foodies Without Borders? I connected with the founder of Foodies Without […]

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22
Mar

Is Shared Licensing Really Shared?

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There’s a new trend I see recently in image licensing negotiations, where organizations hire media makers to work for them and ask for shared licensing. Essentially, shared licensing means that the media maker and the client split ownership of the images forever. A shared copyright clause might read like this: […]

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08
Mar

Negotiating Creative Fees With Clients

Posted by | · · | Business · Nonprofits · Photography · Video & Film · Writing

(Note: I’m writing this from the point of view of someone who is often negotiating a creative fee with clients. But I understand the hiring side, too: in my last full-time job I contracted with lots of freelancers. So, although this information is targeted more toward freelance creatives, I hope it […]

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22
Feb

What You Need To Record A Great Audio Interview

Posted by | · · · · · · · · | Editing · Multimedia · Storytelling · Video & Film

I know this sounds weird, but audio is the most important part of video and multimedia. People notice when audio is hard to hear or if the sound of construction is buzzing in the background. Sound has an amazing power to pull our attention away from or focus on our attention […]

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15
Feb

Jobs Around the World: February 2018

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NOTE: Please don’t send your job applications to NGO Storytelling. We aggregate these postings as a service to you. To apply for a position, click the “Learn more about this job” link beneath each listing. Thank you! Media Communications and IT Officer for SEED in Madagascar Deadline: March 31, 2018 […]

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12
Feb

How to Produce and Edit Videos in Languages You Don’t Speak

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When I read the scope of work, I knew the job would be interesting and challenging: produce a series of five technical instruction videos in French, Bariba, Fon, and Nagot. That made for a total of 20 videos, all in languages I didn’t speak (though I did understand a bit […]

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08
Feb

Visual Stories for Nonprofits: Dry Land Flower for Mexico Tierra de Amaranto

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Francisco Alcala Torreslanda is a social documentary photographer based in Mexico. He creates documentary images and visual narratives that bring to light the positive sides of society.    How were you connected with Mexico Tierra de Amaranto? I have a personal connection with Mary Delano, the founder and director of […]

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