Filmmaking to some is a profession, while to some as a hobby. Regardless of you intention and purpose of making a film, one this is for sure, you have a passion for it.
As our society and the world modernized, people’s hobby and interest also evolved. In the past, we were used to watch plays, dramas, and shows on theatre, but today, we now have a choice to see it on a moving picture.
Filmmaking also is a big business and industry. There had been various individuals who had reached the pinnacle and there are also those who had reached the deepest pit. But, I am certain that those filmmakers who are now in the zenith and those who are on the way to it, they all started from scratch and are all amateur when they started their journey.
In our era today, internet is of a great help to us. We can now watch movies that are produced by big companies, and those that are produced with minimal budget. We can also compare the storyline and cinematography of the professionals and the amateurs. You can also differentiate the quality of the film made by experts and newbies.
With a wide array of movies and videos being uploaded and watched online, this also challenge the filmmakers to create a piece that can compete with others. On the same time, this also serves as an opportunity for some individuals to showcase their creations thru the use of internet, especially Youtube and Youtube channels.
For some tips, if you are an aspirant, amateur, enthusiast, and/or experienced filmmaker, you may check out these 11 Youtube Channels every filmmaker should be following. But, if you’re an amateur or a beginner filmmaker who would like to make a mark in the film industry, you may buy a monetized Youtube channel as an avenue for your creations to be known. With that monetized channel, you already have followers and subscribers that can patronize your new film creations. Though you will spend some cash, having a monetized channel is way better than a startup channel that had no subscribers and followers yet.