This article was written by Anthony Ha.
Vimeo pitches itself as a YouTube alternative that features more original, high-quality content. Today the company is unveiling a new initiative that could make Vimeo’s videos even better, as well as attract a new audience of aspiring filmmakers.
Titled “Vimeo Video School”, the project involves more than 800 video lessons and tutorials covering different aspects of filmmaking. There’s a Video 101 series created by the Vimeo team, which covers the basic steps of creating a film, like choosing the right camera and simple editing techniques. There’s also a “DSLR Basics” series created with videographer Philip Bloom, which talks about how to use DSLR cameras.
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