In-video had a very interesting post about corporate communication videos.
It is no longer astonishing that the average person will spend more than eight hours a day in front of a screen. Computers at work, TVs at home, smart phones, tablets, digital billboards, the list is long. Employees now expect that video will be a part of a company’s communication strategy, and for good reason. When executed properly, video saves time and money, it has the ability to inspire and motivate, and its success can be measured accurately.
Sometimes when people say, “You had to be there,” they’re not kidding.
Skipping, egg-and-spoon races, hula hoops and hopscotch at King and Bay, Toronto’s flinty financial heart!
Not only should you have been there, the Toronto Community Foundation wouldn’t have minded if you’d joined in — c’mon, put down that briefcase and pick up a spoon — with the flash-mob giving downtown a brief taste of Playing for Keeps.
This is a short but nifty tutorial from Lens Hoods. This site offers lots of free printable lens hoods for various cameras and models.