Working with video brings a whole new set of challenges, we can call them "hurdles" because one by one you can master them. There's the lighting, the audio, what settings on the camera and more. When it comes time to take your footage, what order will you put your clips in? What parts do you want to "trim" out? How do I insert photos and my videos together. What is involved in a "voiceover" track to do a narration? Have I piqued your interest yet?
Video might seem intimidating, but my upcoming "Video Essentials" online class will help you over these hurdles so that you can add video to your online marketing presentation repertoire.
AUG 2012 - POST UPDATE: The online class is now ready for admissions! You can see the class information pagefor more information and to sign up!!
After some test runs, I came up with this "video journal" little test run. Not perfect, but progress and I'll take what I learned and apply it on the next time I hit record :)
(don't be too harsh, this is just practice footage - but enough to make Richard Yates proud I hope)
Well here's the test video I shot at the end of the day (android phone, lavalier mic, no editing software... just straight youtube upload)