[VLOG 104] How I Vlog Vs How I Make Training Videos

[VLOG 104] How I Vlog Vs How I Make Training Videos

Have you ever wanted to make a vlog? How about film your own online course? Would you love to make a promo video for your web site? Then this episode is a MUST watch!

Come behind the scenes as I show you:

– How I make videos for my online course;
– How I vlog day to day;
– How I capture footage for ‘B-roll’;
– The equipment I use for each.

Plus, I share:

– My top tips for getting started with video;
– The first thing I invested in and the BEST thing I invested in; and,
– How you can start making videos in 60 seconds to improve your style and confidence!

Ready? Press play! And don’t forget, if you enjoy this and get just one idea from it, be sure to tag a friend who’s love it too. Let’s keep the movement going.

Lisa #DARETOGROW

 

Equipment I mentioned:

 

** I can’t vouch for any of these sellers. I did buy from most of them but please do your research in terms of pricing, UK delivery and their reviews **

 

Canon G7X Around £500  – This is my lovely new vlogging camera. It’s perfect for getting started, it’s small and compact and the quality is great. The sound side it that there is no mic jack so you can’t plug in a Mic for quality ‘studio-like’ sound.

 

Canon EOS 600DAround £250 – This is the DSRL model I bought from my brother to test it out. Please note this has been discontinued by the manufacturer so you can choose to get an updated model or choose to pick one up second hand to try out a DSLR.

 

Boom Mic Stand – Around – Around £15

 

Mic Stand 5/8″ FEMALE to 3/8″ MALE Thread Adapter Microphone Boom Arm Adaptor  –  Less than £3

 

Rode Camera Mic  – Around £90 

 

Extension cord for MicAround £9

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