Monetize your videos using Stock Footage MasterClass
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Monetize your videos using Stock Footage MasterClass

The next step towards creative, time, and location freedom for Videographers & Photographers
3.8 (10 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
715 students enrolled
Created by Greg Hung
Last updated 3/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn what Stock footage is and it's benefits
  • Save time by learning which stock footage agencies pay out in recent years
  • Guidelines on how to price their footage
  • Learn how to create CSV keyword file workflows for major agencies
  • Understand how drones and 4k fit into the stock footage model
  • Gain insight into what kind of clips sell
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Requirements
  • You need some existing knowledge of how to shoot good video
Description

Stock footage Videography is taught by a real world Canadian Travel Videographer (Greg Hung) who uses Asia as a base to do Stock footage almost full-time. This course builds on the original stock footage course "Make money with travel videos" with content and workflows relevant to Stock Footage Videographers today. Students will learn the fundamentals before diving into essential workflows for top Stock footage agencies. Students will also gain insight by getting a behind the scenes look at stock footage shoot of a pilates instructor and an aerial 4k shoot set in Bagan Myanmar. Videographers and Photographers will take the first step to creative, time, and location freedom.

Who is the target audience?
  • This is not a course that teaches you the technical details of shooting great footage
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 29 Lectures Collapse All 29 Lectures 02:43:22
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The Fundamentals
8 Lectures 26:09


Shooting footage of models
04:15

Managing permissions
05:23



Renting Gear around the world
02:33

Using a drone for 4k footage
03:22
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Workflows
9 Lectures 01:10:32
Live keywording - Stock Footage shoot
19:04

Encoding your footage
06:33

I've included 2 template files to upload your keywording metadata to pond 5. Remember you need to upload in CSV format

4k CSV workflow for Pond 5 and Template CSV
14:40

Keywording clips on Japanese Agency Pixta
05:22

CSV file for Videoblocks
04:50

Renaming files in Bulk using name changer
02:09

Learn how to use the Adobe Stock agency with a quick start guide that will cover uploading, titles, keywording in bulk, and publishing your clips.

Adobe Stock - Quick Start Guide
12:07

Applying CSV file for shutterstock
02:53

Managing rejected clips
02:54
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Behind the Scenes Intelligence
10 Lectures 51:21

2 years of sales data across agencies with insights

2016 Stock footage Intelligence Report - 2 years sales data
00:01

Pond 5 sales for July 2016
01:43

Pond 5 Sales for Sep 2016
01:21

Case Study: Which clips sell
07:54

Pilates Stock Footage Video Shoot
07:08

drone behind the scenes - Stock footage shoot Myanmar
04:32

A tool to analyze your footage analytics across Stock agencies
14:11

Behind the scenes:4k cyclist model shoot
03:10

Outsourcing your Stock footage workflow
08:27

Summary
02:54
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Bonus content for 2017
2 Lectures 15:20
Stock Performer Full Review for Analytics
11:58

Dji osmo is currently my favorite camera to shoot stock footage Find out the pros and cons of using this camera here.

Dji Osmo Pros and Cons
03:22
About the Instructor
Greg Hung
4.3 Average rating
94 Reviews
3,534 Students
12 Courses
World Explorer, Videographer, MBA, BA, Entrepreneur

Hi! I was born in South Africa but as a child my family relocated to Canada and lived most of adult life in beautiful British Columbia. I remember getting a VHS camcorder and would make and direct my own home videos with my sisters. I attended Simon Fraser University (SFU) with a Communications degree and had another opportunity to film an educational hip-hop video for earth quakes. After I graduated university I went on to have a successful IT career working 13 years in the field.As an IT manager I went onto pursue my MBA at SFU and found inspiration to start my own business and travel and film.By the time I had completed my MBA in 2011 I had found my passion travel, business, and filming.

During a wild and intense 3-year period I sold my house and purchased a camera and traveled the globe with my camera in search of adventure. I traveled to places such as Beijing, Singapore, Shanghai, The Grand Canyon, and Turks and Caicos. During this period a new revolution with the SLR camera was allowing people to create cinema quality video. I spent countless hours trying to learn everything I could from the best to hone my craft.I currently have over 100 videos on youtube and have one of the strongest travel video collections on the Internet. I recommend you check out my videos on-line if you’re interested in watching my videos.

After returning to Vancouver I planned my next travel adventure to Australia, Asia, and Taiwan. I sold my car and all my possessions and arrived in Taiwan with my essentials, camera gear, and my dreams. I currently live in Taiwan learning mandarin, teaching English, and filming travel videos.

I believe I’m a continuous learner (currently learning Mandarin) and I’m always looking for new and interesting ways to learn things.I get upset when an article gives advice or directions and it is so general it leaves out the important details. I try to provide detailed step-by-step instructions using visuals or video. I hope you find my courses interesting and I see you in there!