We've taken a look at our top trending searches for video content on Elements to highlight what our customers are searching for right now. Check them out and see if you have any content that you can submit to meet customer demand!
We’re currently offering Triple Rewards on all new Elements stock footage content until 3 November. To help inspire you to create your best stuff yet, we’ve put together a list of some of the top stock footage items that our customers are loving. Image credit: YummyDs Dad and Son Playing in Meadow at Sunset, from kryvoshapka […]
We've decided to extend Triple Rewards from the original end date of 3 August to 3 November 2021.
Item Tagging Code: REP2020 Coming into 2020, we’ve seen rising trends from major industries like Adobe and global advertising campaigns that highlight the growing importance of diversity in stock. This movement towards more equal representation continues to redefine our visual landscape and though we continue to see clichés and stereotypes, the demand for real and […]
Item Tagging Code: AIOCT2019 As designers, it’s important to make sure that you stay ahead of the fast-paced world that we live in. The constant evolution of technology is exciting and presents many opportunities to create items that connect and make an impact on the customers and brands of tomorrow. There is no surprise here […]
“The biggest lesson for me is that when I start working on a template, I never put any limits or deadlines and always try to update my existing templates.” Our latest interview features Power Elite author, Premiumilk based in Greece. Get to know their learnings and experiences specialising in the world of Graphics & Video […]
VideoHive authors typically encounter two types of rejections: soft-rejections and hard-rejections. This article will help to explore the differences between the two and how to avoid them when adding new items or managing your portfolio. Soft-rejections, in most cases, are when an item is has passed our basic quality standards, but might require some sort […]
We are now living in an age where social media is ubiquitous. The quality of imaging devices have increased dramatically, while the cost of these devices continue to drop and photography and vlogging have become very common hobbies. It’s at this time that practically anyone can be a content creator and with each passing year, […]