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How to VLOG – Beginners Guide

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00:00 – How To Vlog
01:26 – The Gear
04:50 – Shooting
11:50 – Editing
16:01 – Final Touches
18:26 – What I’ve Learned

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  1. I literally have no experience at all with vlogging but one tip that just came to me that ive used in different situations kind of like vlogging that I bet would work with some of you who dont want to do it in public (I dont think I personally will mind as much) is to wear sunglasses. it makes u look like you actually know what your doing, and it makes you appear older and more famous than what you are which can actually help you get into more things and talk freer to anyone around you and the camera. Just make sure you dont do it too much and find a space away from people so they can see your eyes, ESPECIALLY if something interesting is happening or your saying something important because your eyes sell the story and let them connect with you. Idk where all that came from but I felt like I should share 🙂

  2. I have so many questions. Initially, I was looking into blogging but a friend told me to look into vlogging. After watching this video where you give some insight into what is vlogging, I kind of like it more than blogging and the reason is that I m not a good writer but at the same time I am afraid that I would be good at vlogging because I have an accent and I am not perfect in English, which is my third language. So, I don't know which one to do. Any advice?

  3. I kind of feel like we're living in a world now with too much resolution to have our faces so big in a 4k frame. Is it just me? Holding a camera right in front of our face seems like overkill. My gut tells me pulling the shot back and having bullet points, graphics, or B-Roll footage while talking would provide some relief. Thoughts?

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