The first round of YouTube's Project: Report competition ends Sunday. We've already shared their first six video tips for producing your entry, if you're inclined to pursue one of the $10,000 prize grants to work on an international videojournalism project.
You'll need to make a three-minute video that documents "a single day in the life of a compelling person that you think the world should know about, and showcase how that person is making a positive impact in his/her community."
Here are two more tips -- on "audio" and "crowdsourcing" -- that might prove helpful whether or not your decide to enter the contest.
More Project: Report info here .
Single Mother, Pioneering Photographer: The Remarkable Life of Bayard Wootten - In 1904, Bayard Wootten, a divorced single mother in North Carolina, first borrowed a camera. She went on to make more than a million images.
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