This last week just seemed to be a week of stumbling across a stew of video links. The meat belonged to the DIY Film School at Filmlinker that has giant chunks of tasty tutorials. The site is bubbling over with useful tidbits. The potatoes come from Mediacollege.com which has a great site full of crispy, but useful screen shots of techniques and lots of visual definitions of terms.
The vegetables come from Ammaro.com which has a cool history of the TV set, Newsvideographer who did a nice blog about how to use zebra stripes, Brickfilms.com who has a site dedicated to stop motion lego animation, and finally Multimediashooter who did a blog post about finding great video help on the web – like the Shirtless Apprentice (NSFS: due to shirtless video guy, and occasional bad language).
This is a tasty stew that will help any new media teacher dive into a steaming bowl of video. Try a bite or two!