Learning new filmmaking skills online is just one of the gifts of the internet. Check out these top video production YouTube channels!

YouTube Creators
For tutorials and guides directly from the source – This channel is ideal for creators wanting to know more about YouTube and offers some great tutorials and advice on how to get started.

Shutterstock Tutorials
Shutterstock not only have their library of assets, they also make tutorials! Check out their video editing tutorials

Justin Odisho
Awesome tutorials on Premier Pro, After Effects – Justin Odisho delves into colour grading and super helpful explanation videos which are clear and easy to learn.

Premiere Gal
Fun, cool and creative video, photo and audio tutorials focusing on Premier Pro & After Effects. Premiere Gal also offers filming tips and tricks from mirrorless cameras to phone cameras.

Cinecom.net has a tutorial for pretty much everything you need, from editing to effects, to lighting and camera tricks.

Roy Adin
After making his a video at 12 years old bringing SpongeBob into the real world, Roy Adin has refined his skills with After Effects and is sharing that knowledge with you.

Justin Brown – Primal Video
All about helping you amplify your Business & Brand with Video. This video production YouTube channel focuses on increasing the quality of your content, and dives into using your phone to not only film, but edit your videos as well.

Jack Cole
Freelance tips and tutorials, with advice on making money as a freelance editor and content creator. Check out Jack Cole’s most popular videos and tutorials.

Peter McKinnon
From hacks to tutorials, Peter McKinnon offers a range of videos on making your content look and feel better. His channel also follows his personal projects and ideas.

King Film School
For editing in Final Cut Pro, King Film School has you covered with tutorials and advice from stop-motion to scriptwriting.