Getting Started with Video Production
- Tell Stories in the Present Tense
- Limiting Asides
- Start in the Middle
- Using Humor
- Velocity is Crucial
- Give Yourself a Regular Setup
- Be Specific
- Trust Your Audience
- Out of Focus
- Bad Angle
- Too Loud or Too Soft
- Too Dark
- Not Having a Story
- Not Limiting the Length
- Boring Video
- Distracting Backgrounds
Video is one of the strongest trends in online communication. It can be the essential catalyst for your business or play a killer supporting role alongside other materials.
But making videos can be an exhausting, all-encompassing task. It’s easy to get bogged down in questions, confusion and doubt and, ultimately, end up making something that works against.
In this course you’re going to learn exactly how to side-step fatal mistakes and create awesome, engaging videos that resonate with your audience.
Richard Boehmcke is the founder of Vibrant Motion and has learned first-hand how to overcome these suffocating mistakes. He’ll cover 8 ways to improve your videos and 8 mistakes to avoid making.
(download the course workbook for lesson notes and suggested actions)