REAL AND VIRTUAL MAGAZINES
Targeting event videographers, this site, and the related magazine profile equipment, techniques and software. You don't need to make wedding videos to learn something here.
After more than ten years of publishing in the real world this British magazine
began running its web version in January 2002.
One of the
two highest circulation/distribution video magazines in North America.Their web site is content rich,
with access to archival material requiring a password, printed in each edition.
Camcorders and Computer Video
The other large distribution
monthly. Unlike Videomaker, these folks don't put content on their web site. You have to buy the magazine
to read it.
A British magazine with lots of on-line
content - reviews, tips, downloads and links.
THE site, in my opinion,
for anyone putting video on the web. I wish I could stay home and watch/listen to their regular streaming
panel discussions with industry players.
A newsstand magazine pitching itself to video professionals.
Much of the content is above my head in both subject matter and price of admission but what stretches down to the rabid amateur level
is great stuff!
I'm cheating a bit here. This
section of About.com concentrates on computer video, providing links aplenty. No digital video hobbyist
should be without this bookmark.