No matter what you shoot, don't forget about the story. In this video, Nick Harauz sits down with Kelly Guenther and explains why he chose F45 Leslieville as the filming location.
- In this movie we're going to talk about telling your story. … And some of you might already know that I'm a big fan … of trying to find a personal connection … to the material that you're filming. … Now, sometimes that's harder said than done … when you have corporate video, … but I lucked out on this video. … So in terms of F45, this is a gym experience, … almost a personal training center. … And the owner and operator Jason Smith, … who's sitting next to me, happens to be … my soon-to-be brother-in-law and a really close friend, … and has agreed to partake in this experience … of filming some awesome content on Android devices. … So that connection, and also the experience I have … with working out here at the gym, … made it ideal for an Android filming experience. … So J, I was wondering if you'd talk a little bit … about F45 and how you started out. … - F45 was a great way for me to meet … my own personal fitness goals. … And really fell in love with the workouts and the program, …
- Telling your story
- Planning your shots
- Affordable lighting solutions
- Adjusting brightness and focus
- Staying organized and backing up your files
- Getting better audio
- Uploading your videos to social media
- Using Sun Surveyor
Skill Level Beginner
Making Video 1: Sell Somethingwith Ashley Kennedy2h 49m Beginner
Creating Video for a Non-Profitwith Ashley Kennedy1h 50m Beginner
The final product1m 39s
1. Video Production Basics
2. Shooting Video
3. Post-Production and Additional Apps and Gear
Next steps1m 26s
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