Join Ashley Kennedy for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Making Video 1: Sell Something.
- I hope you've enjoyed this course on making a video to sell something. I've really enjoyed working on this course, especially in the context of collaborating with Lolita to make something that she can use to help promote and grow her business. I also appreciated digging into the world of smartphone video production. There's an entire world out there for this type of work and we've just touched the tip of the iceberg. If you want to dig in to more resources on the topics we covered, there are lots of courses in our library that you may be interested in.
If you want to find out more about marketing yourself effectively, check out courses like Online Marketing Foundations by Brad Batesel and Branding Foundations by Drew Boyd. If you'd like to learn more about the world of basic video production and editing, check out Anthony Artis's video foundations course on cameras and shooting or any of my introductory courses like Introduction to Video Editing or my Learning Documentary Video series. To see other courses like this one that follow a real world example of showing someone how to make a video for a specific purpose, check out any of the other making video courses in this series, as well as Jam Schofield's Vlogging for Business course.
And if you want to check out a site that provided much of the gear that we used in this course, visit iographer.com, where there are many tools to turn your smartphone into a filmmaking powerhouse. Dave Basalto set up a very user friendly company to get you started in this world. And of course, make sure to check out Lolita's Wood Inspire Etsy Shop to see her video in action. Okay, thank you so much for joining me. I look forward to seeing you in another course.
- Video workflow and techniques
- Sales fundamentals
- Pre-production basics: planning, script writing, location scouting, and scheduling
- Production basics: interviewing, shooting b-roll, lighting, and sound
- Editing and post-production basics: organization, editing, and refinement