The autumn is upon us, and for us smartphone camera users, that means the challenges of low light when recording. As the light disappears earlier in the evening and is less strong when the sun does come out, it’s important to try to maximise the conditions we have...
It takes time and planning to make a video. You have to think about what you want to say, where to say it, how to get the sound and framing right, and how to edit it. You can do that within an hour or so when using your smartphone, and the creative process is enjoyable too! Especially when it turns out the way you want it to.
While it is possible to make a decent video on your phone without any additional equipment, if you want to make videos that are steady, with good quality sound that look professional, we highly recommend that you buy some equipment to help you achieve that look. Read our latest article to find out our recommended equipment.
Podcasting is becoming more and more popular and there are lots of reasons why. They’re easy to find, easy to listen to, and easy to make. They’re also a great way to reach your audience – be it your members, your followers or your niche market. If you are considering either making podcasts, read our latest article to find out how.
Sound is so important in making videos on your smartphone. While most people can tolerate a somewhat shaky video, or even one that’s a bit dark, poor sound really puts the viewer off watching. Getting good sound on your smartphone recording can make the difference between an amateur and a professional-looking video.
I get asked for video recording advice a lot – usually at business networking meetings when someone learns that I teach mobile video skills. This morning was one such example. The businessman I was talking to runs a document management company, and he said he gets great testimonials.