What is a Logline and How Do You Write One
Writing a logline is never easy. But if you're seriously about storytelling, then mastering your film's logline is a must.
3 Keys to Success in Becoming an Editor: The Power of 'Yes' with Andrea Maxwell
Becoming a film editor is never an easy or clear path. But for editor Andrea Maxwell, an integral part of the process was simply saying 'yes' to just about everything that came her way.
Learn How to Write Screenplays Online
Finding the right online course for screenwriting takes a little research and an open-mind.
Stop Stalling: The Motivation You Need to Get Your Project on Social Media
A few must-know tips on how to master your social media game for your next project.
Color Correcting as a Modern Day Cinematographer
I sat down with cinematographer and ShareGrid member, Jeff Dolen to talk about color correcting as a cinematographer and how the Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel can help.
How Other Passions Can Help You Succeed in Filmmaking
For climber Lucas Preti and surfer Adam Reynolds, a successful film career is about blending the things you love.
How to Prepare and Promote Your Film for Festivals
Promotion is an essential part of the film festival process.
8 Ways To Make Money as a Photographer Without Selling a Picture
Diversifying income is the name of the game for freelancer photographers.
Chase Jarvis on How to Master a Jack-of-All-Trades Film Career
Chase Jarvis shares his secrets to being a master jack-of-all-trades as a filmmaker/photographer.
Color Grading Doesn't Have to be a Chore, Just Ask the Creator of Color Finale
The creator of Color Finale and Color Grading Central shares his story.
8 Great Tax Tips for Filmmakers
Here are some tax tips on how you can save money and avoid nightmares as an artist.
5 Shutterstock Tips for Maximizing Your Content in 2017
Shutterstock's Creative Director helps us understand the company's unique findings.
How to Emulate the Greatest Tracking Shots in History (for Cheap!)
Great tracking shots are easier than ever thanks to DJI, Panasonic, and others.
Happy Holidays: 18 Useful Gifts for Any Filmmaker
Gifts that can help your career and won't break the bank.
Barry Lyndon: How to Shoot Like Stanley Kubrick for Under $6,000
How to low-light shoot like Stanley Kubrick on a budget.
Feeding Your Crew: The Art to a Happy Film Set
This Thanksgiving, give your crew something to be thankful for. FOOD!
Inside FRiFF: The Flying Robot International Drone Film Festival
ShareGrid is proud to be partnering with one of the world's most unique film festivals about drones.
YouTube vs. Vimeo vs. Facebook: Which is Right for Your Videos?
Choosing where to post your video can be tricky. Here's a guide between YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook.
5 Things to Remember When You're Location Scouting
Five tips to save you a location headache while scouting for your next film.