I've been challenged by Danielle to create a video blog tutorial for our Spring into Summer Blog Feature. easy enough, right! Wrong. I really wants to challenge myself to go above and beyond to create the ultimate blog tutorial. I spent a lot of time working on this little doozy today and I hope you love it!I hope, most of all, that it inspires you to to make more video blogs! (I may decorate cake for a living, but a piece of my heart will always still be in film school.)
And just because I have been asked, I use a Sony Handycam HD with a Opteka .45x HD 52mm Wide Angle Lens. I edit using Windows Movie Maker right now, but in the near future, I am going to be getting a mac book pro. Eventually. With Final Cut Pro. I have been asked to do some freelance editing recently and had to turn the job down because I don't have FCP anymore. (Due to some unfortunate events during and after film school, my computer, flat screen monitor and HD camera no longer belong to me.) I am really excited to start building that collection back up. ANYWAYS! Here is my video blog tutorial. I'll tell you right now, there are some awesome awkward pauses which I am known for, and my weird accent, in full force.
For Elsie's Video Blog Tips, click HERE.
Katie at igobykatie always has great video blogs.
Danielle just did the cutest video about some of her thrifting finds.
You should also check out this really simple Basic Video Editing for Movie Maker and imovie. (They're kind of cheesy, but take it with a grain of salt!)
Don't forget to have fun!