Make Your Movie: Creating a Business Plan for Your Film

With crowd-funding being the go-to source of income for most short and feature films these days, it’s easy to forget how crucial a detailed business plan can be to the success of any film. However, many indie filmmakers are often puzzled as far as where to begin, let alone how to complete, a thoughtfully drafted […]

The Current and Very Messy State of Digital Publishing

The current state of digital publishing looks like an Italian opera or a Mexican telenovela where everybody simultaneously loves and hates one other. While we know there’s almost always a happy ending, we can’t exactly figure out what the outcome will be. Let’s start with the term multimedia. I have always found this term confusing […]

Why a Set Photographer Is the Biggest Asset To Your Film

You can have the best script, director, cinematographer and a star cast but none of that will matter if your film isn’t marketable.  How do you make it marketable?  A stellar press kit.  But you can’t create a press kit without amazing photos to show the public what a great little film you’ve made. Many […]

ARCoverage: Luminance – Guerilla Marketing for Photographers with Little-to-No Time

On September 26th & 27th, 2013 Photoshelter joined Photoville offering a series of Luminance talks.  On Friday CEO, Andrew Fingerman gave some great pointers to Photographers trying to make a name for themselves and stand out of the crowd in his “Guerilla Marketing for Photographers with Little-to-No Time” talk.  He recommended all photographers, novice to […]