A Simple Guide to Shooting Video by Yourself – Infographic

As I’m sure any solo video maker will agree, shooting a professional-looking video of yourself when starting out can take a lot of time and practice. At first, most people believe that coming up with great content for their videos is what matters most and take the actual filming part for granted.

Whether you’re shooting for your brand-new YouTube channel, a school or university project, or an instructional video for your latest app, people generally dive in without realising how underprepared they are and inevitably come up against the same list of problems.

Here’s how it usually goes:

They work on their amazing script, they learn it off by heart and, brimming with excitement, they grab their camera to go shoot, only to encounter:

Background noise Inconsistent lighting

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