Jem goes over a broad outline of the different type of set ups to shoot vlogs with. He also talks about all the extras you can add to each camera kit to help you film a vlog yourself.
- All right, so the first thing…I have to get out of the way…to begin with, is that I am admittedly a huge gear head.…In fact, for over three years, I shot essentially a vlog…five days a week called Gear Box.…That said, you don't have to be a gear head to vlog.…And while it may look like there's a ton of equipment,…there is a ton of equipment in front of me,…this is not all of the equipment that you need…to have in order to successfully shoot your own vlog.…
What I have is different tiers of vlogging equipment.…And I worked really hard in terms of putting together kits…that make it easy for you to actually do this.…So we have smartphone based vlogging kits.…I have something called an Osmo Plus over here…which will be called something else a year from now…or there'll be a new version of it but it's basically…got a built in camera and you control it…with your smartphone.…I've got a mirrorless camera here…with interchangeable lenses…that I can put onto different types of rigs.…
And so there's a lot of different options here.…
In this course, Jem Schofield of theC47 breaks down the planning, production, post production, equipment, and distribution of an ongoing vlog for your company, business, or creative endeavor. Jem explains how to select the right subject matter, pick a vlogging camera, and shoot your vlog. Plus, he goes over helpful post production and delivery strategies, including editing and integrating branding assets. Jem shows all of this by walking through the process with a business owner, Steven Soria of Make Smith Leather Company.
- Choosing what your vlog is about
- Determining audience, length, and frequency
- Picking your vlogging camera
- Preparing to shoot your vlog
- Shooting your vlog
- Integrating branding assets
- Using music within a vlog
- Preparing and uploading your vlog