Web Video Chefs featured on Forbes.com

We launched Web Video Chefs in February, 2011 not really knowing what to expect as far as interest in our video production tutorials.

With every new idea or venture, there are potential risks, doubt, if not good old fear that can prevent one from making a leap of faith.

Sure, both Chip and I have extensive experience in both traditional video production and video on the Web, but these days there are more and more sources for people who want information about video production.

It seems that we must be doing something right because Web Video Chefs was recently featured on Forbes.com. Here are a couple of quotes from the article:

They cover topics for both beginners and professionals that you won’t find covered by other sites. [They wasted no time getting into Final Cut Pro X, even as some of us…more stubborn geeks held back].”

“Whether you’re a pocket video camera buff or professional videographer, WebVideoChefs are a great site to add to your resource list.”

Of course, we reached out to the writer as soon as we found out about the write up. John W. Farrell said that he had been following us for sometime and felt that it was time to finally share some of the video goodness we’ve been cooking up.

We have so much we want to share, and hope you’re enjoying this labor of love as well.

If you’re a fan, just stumbled upon the site, or are a regular visitor, please share Web Video Chefs with your network.

That’s one of the ways you can help us grow.

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About Amani Channel

Amani Channel is a former news reporter, a vlogger, an award winning video producer, and an adjunct professor. He also helps organizations and companies create visual stories through VisualEyeMedia.

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