The Caleb Wojcik Show: Interviews with Filmmakers & Photographers

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If you’ve ever thought to yourself how you can start making videos, what camera you should buy, how you can make your videos look better, where you should host your videos, or how you can shoot and edit videos faster, this is the podcast for you. I'll share everything I've learned about making videos for the web the past few years and help you determine whether video can actually help you grow your business and how it would do so. You’ll also hear from many web video personalities that are successfully earning a living from the videos they make. Whether you already have a successful YouTube channel, are just now dabbling with Vines, or are making a full-on video based training course, you’ll learn how to make your videos better, faster, and more profitable. Hosted by Caleb Wojcik.

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070 - YouTuber Roundtable #1 - Armando Ferreira, Matt D'Avella, Jason Vong, Greg Farnum, Josh Morgan
070 - YouTuber Roundtable #1 - Armando Ferreira, Matt D'Avella, Jason Vong, Greg Farnum, Josh Morgan
In this conversation I chat with 5 other YouTubers and Filmmakers about what it takes to be a full-time YouTuber or Filmmaker, gear recommendations for starting out, what really matters feature wise in a camera, what stats and numbers you should track (and what you should ignore), and how to actually make money on YouTube. If you'd like to jump around the conversation, use the timestamps below. 0:45 — Weird Things That Happen While Filming 2:11 — Lightweight & Cheaper vs. Heavy & Expensive Gear 12:42 — Camera Companies Purposely Limiting Features 19:52 — The Urge to Always Upgrade Gear 24:02 — "Reviewing" Gear on YouTube 28:13 — The Long-Game of Making Money 31:53 — Being Negative & Honest in Reviews 34:21 — Current YouTube Trends & Competition 38:22 — Does Subscriber Count Matter? 41:30 — Focusing on Money instead of Vanity Metrics 44:41 — Planning Successful Videos 48:37 — Variability in View Counts 51:30 — Why Did You Start? 54:17 — Tips for Filmmakers Wanting to Go Full-Time Subscribe to their YouTube Channels here: Armando: Matt: Jason: Greg: Josh: This was filmed at the YouTube Space in Los Angeles. Special thanks to Greg for helping me set for hour before we started. :)
[NEWS] Our Course on Final Cut Pro X + What's Next for DVG
[NEWS] Our Course on Final Cut Pro X + What's Next for DVG
I am excited to announce that we are launching our new course Learn Final Cut Pro X Tuesday, May 31st! Check out the course when it goes live or get notified here:
069 - Hiatus + My 10 Favorite Episodes So Far
069 - Hiatus + My 10 Favorite Episodes So Far
In this episode I share why I am putting this podcast on hold to focus on creating more video content for YouTube. I talk about doubling down, simplifying, following what is working, and how video is the best format for most of what I want to share & create. I also share my ten favorite episodes from the last sixty-eight. Show Notes Subscribe to the DIY Video Guy YouTube Channel Check out all our free and paid courses at Follow me on Instagram My Top 5 Favorite Interview Episodes So Far: Austin Evans — #31 Thomas Frank — #56 Sean McCabe — #10 Amy Schmittauer — #12 Levi Allen — #57 Top 5 Favorite Non-Interview Episodes So Far: 10 Video Mistakes I've Made & How to Avoid Them — #23 Creative Distance — #48 Professionals Show Up — #17 Hey YouTuber, You're Doing These 9 Things Wrong — #34 9 Ways to Overcome Video Editor's Block — #37
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Oct 19th, 2014
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Aug 8th, 2018
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