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As a filmmaker, you always need to keep up to date with the latest trends and tips in order to always be ahead of your time and your competitors. This can be done by talking to colleagues, taking training courses, or doing research on the internet. And with these uncertain times of pandemic, you have a lot of time to kill! So here is our list of Youtube accounts to follow to stay on top of the video trends. 😉

  1. Rob Ellis Channel 

If you are looking for cinematographic and dramatic effects on your videos, Rob Ellis is your guy. No matter the budget you’re working with or the gear you have, Rob masterfully shows you how to approach lighting and how light can affect the emotions in your scene. From quick tutorials to downloadable presets, he will teach you everything you need to know. 

Find it here

2. Sydney Baker-Green Channel 

 Sidney has a channel ranging from color grading tutorials, short films, and cinematography setups. For the aspiring filmmaker or colorist, this channel is superior in the fact that the information is one-of-a-kind and his presentation is immaculate.

Find it here

3. Flick Channel 

Felicia Smith is a talented photographer and cinematographer. She shares all of her secrets on her youtube channel, gives pro tips, and teaches you how to get confident on set. No matter if you’re operating the camera, a PA, grip, or just generally interested in filmmaking, there’s a lot to love here as there are videos covering almost everything.

Find it here 

4. PonySmasher Channel David F. Sandberg, who is an amazing director, also has his own youtube channel! From animation to visual effects, you will learn everything you need to know about film production. And if you are a horror movie lover, you might want to take a look at his videos right now.

Source: https://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/youtube-channels-for-filmmakers-2021/ 


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Youtube chanel

If you are the proud owner of a Youtube channel where you regularly post content for your business, it would be interesting to take it to the next level by monetizing your channel. 

So let’s take a closer look of your options for generating money through your Youtube channel. 

  1. Adsense 

AdSense is the first fundamental step towards increasing YouTube revenues. It is an ad programme operated by Google that allows advertisers to display advertisements before, during, or after a video on YouTube. In return, 68 per cent of the ad rate paid by the advertiser is given to the content producer. There are also a variety of variables to consider while using AdSense.

https://www.google.com/intl/fr_fr/adsense/start/

  1. Memberships

Patreon was launched in the early 2010s as a viable subscription-based network for creators to get monthly support from their fans. The audience is rewarded with tiered incentives, in exchange for that support. A viewer who gives $1 may gain early access to new content , for example, while $50 provides a monthly special chat with the founder. Channel memberships allow subscribers to pay a monthly fee granting them access to members-only badges, emojis, and perks. Similar to Patreon, you can build a single membership level, or give multiple levels (as long as the rewards reflect the increase in membership price).

3) Amazon and store affiliate schemes 

With Amazon’s affiliate program, you direct viewers to the site to buy items you have recommended or talked about. If a viewer buys the item, you receive a commission. However, this is entirely dependent on the type of content you create. You want to make sure your outgoing links are neatly presented, and the featured items are presented in order of appearance. As it’s not a sponsored segment, you don’t need to give a call to action to Amazon as a company. Instead, politely let your viewers know that items are in the description (or comment feed). 

4) Sponsporship 

The pinnacle of earning money from YouTube has to be a brand partnership. So, what can you do to catch a brand’s attention? Well, ultimately, it comes down to one thing — your numbers. And that’s because a sponsorship, partnership, or whatever you want to call it is primarily one thing — an advertisement. Therefore, brands look to partner with creator who have a sizable voice. However, don’t be disconcerted if you have a small subscriber base. Ultimately, those with hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of subscribers are going to cost more to work with, and sometimes that falls outside of a brand’s advertising budget.


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