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How to interview people on camera

Interviewing people for your content can be a daunting prospect, especially if you’re capturing the footage as well as trying to direct what your interviewee is saying or contributing simultaneously. As somebody who gets anxious about interviewing in general, I sometimes struggle with the thought of coming up with questions and getting the best out […]

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Lighting: how to get the best out of what you’ve got

Lighting can be quite a daunting aspect of self-shooting. There are so many options for how you light and the slightest adjustment can leave your subject looking over/underexposed.  Luckily, for most content, you only really need one key lighting source. However, you can add backlighting or fill lighting to see a real step up in […]

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How to achieve better framing and focus in your video content

With modern-day phone cameras, it’s really easy to achieve high-quality video and with just a few quick and easy tips, you can really start to make your content look and feel even better. It’s harder than ever to spot the difference between professional and amateur video footage these days. The difference usually lies in how […]

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Best settings for recording through Zoom

We’ve all had to contend with dodgy Zoom video quality in some way shape or form over the last year. Whether that be through a bad internet connection, a terribly framed shot, or just some bad lighting. These are usually just inconveniencing at best, but that all changes when you need to use Zoom to […]