Size matters. Now that we have your attention. Let's clarify. We are talking about video. More specifically, the best video shapes and sizes for different platforms. Let's start out with the basics. The three most common sizes are: Widescreen (16:9), Square (1:1), and Vertical (9:16). Yes. Vertical. Vertical Video is no longer the black sheep. Indeed there was a time when shooting vertical video was frowned upon.
“That is amazing!” A visceral reaction to a conversation I had about 6 months ago. I have been friends with Richie Etwaru and Michael DePalma for years. We’ve done TEDx talks and worked together on some personal ventures, but most importantly we are friends and collective fans. There are few people I know who get my brain working faster than these two. And I always love the dialogue and
When I first heard Warren Miller died, I wanted to go skiing. It seemed appropriate. My friend and colleague Julian Williams, a non-skier, was the one who broke the new to me (see his blog on Warren Miller here). But Julian (like myself), is and always will be mesmerized by someone with passion and vision. It is only now in hindsight that I recognize the ways
RIP Warren Miller. If you are unfamiliar with the name, for the better part of 60 years Warren Miller was a prolific peddler of snow and skiing with more joie de vivre than Larry Flint peddling pornography. Following his release from the army in 1946 Miller set up as a film making ski bum in Sun Valley Idaho, living in a teardrop trailer in the resort
As a salesperson, no matter how long your sales cycle, one of the most important things that you need to build with your buyer is trust. You could argue that getting a deal done without trust is next to impossible. If someone doesn’t trust that you have their best intentions in mind, that you can help them solve their challenges, and that you are an