Over the last few weeks I’ve been updating the look and feel of this site as a means to allow for a better user experience, and as of last weekend the updated site was officially launched. I have some exciting projects, articles, reviews, and other great content in the pipeline, and the newly refreshed design will allow me to put out more high quality content than ever before.
My long term goal with NoamKroll.com is not only to provide readers with engaging filmmaking content, but also to serve as a community of sorts where filmmakers can gather to ask questions, seek advice, and eventually share their work. Already, many visitors of this site have been using the comments section to connect with myself and other likeminded filmmakers, but over time I will be adding new features (such as a forum) that will allow for an even richer experience.
You will continue to notice updates to the functionality and content of the site over the next little while, including more educational tools, such as new video guides and one on one training programs.
I launched my Guide For Capturing Cinematic Images With Your DSLR about a year and a half ago, and have had a tremendous response to it. Since then, I’ve been working on a series of video guides that will be released in the not too distant future, along with options for in person training, and Skype consultations. I’ve been waiting to release some of this new material until the new site was ready, so for those of you that have been asking – the wait is almost over.
In addition to the new video guides, upcoming forum, and other features of this site, this year will also offer more content than ever on NoamKroll.com. You can certainly still expect to see my usual slew of gear reviews, rants, tutorials, and other filmmaking articles – but you will also start to see more behind the scenes content. Specifically, I am documenting the process of creating my feature film and will be releasing behind the scenes photos, videos, and other material as the weeks go on.
So for now, sit back, relax, and enjoy some of the new content coming to this site in 2016.
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