A work by Elina Brotherus included in the exhibit, “Ars Fennica: Finnish Art Now.” Overseas projects to focus on mobile, data, journalism On Monday I’ll be heading to Stanford University to help judge News Pioneers: Media innovations from Europe. The participating teams are in different stages in their projects or start-ups. A few already have […]
Wondering what the secret is to viral content? The real secret is that no one knows what makes a video go viral, but we have a few tip-offs to help guide you in the right direction.
All organizations need quality images that inspire people to act, but high-quality photo editing software can be beyond a nonprofit’s budget. Read up on 11 web-based photo-editing tools that provide a range of photo editing options at little to no cost.
Today, software makes editing digital footage faster, easier and much more affordable, and puts it within reach of anyone with a personal computer. Even better, digital video editing is “nonlinear,” which means you can access the scenes you want to edit directly. This helps speed up the process, especially for a short, Internet-ready video for which you just need to trim off the ends and add a title screen or two. Here are seven top video editing tools for your organization.
Photographer Dan Chung’s Olympic smartphone photoblog setup. Take some tips from a pro photographer at the London Olympics Target audience: Photographers, nonprofits, cause organizations, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, businesses, educators, journalists, citizen journalists, Web publishers. The 2012 London Olympic games were a chance for photojournalists from around the world to produce breathtaking images. One […]