Why Are Filmmakers Recommending Professional Gear to People Who Are Not Professionals?


On Sunday evening, I managed to balance the brick on its edge again. My new found hobby. 

Naturally I wanted to film it. 

I have been doing this in bright mornings and filming it with my iPhone. 

BUT NOW IT’S DARK…

I have been preaching in my videography lessons to use plenty of light. 

First, I turned on the balcony lamp, but it was too dim. 

Next, I thought about carrying my studio lights out from inside the house, but it’s too troublesome to re-assemble. 

Then, I saw the standing lamp in the living room, BUT I had to move all the surrounding furniture to lift the lamp out from the tight corner. 

FINALLY IT STRUCK ME…

My inner voice called out,

“Hello Adrian, there’s a light on your iPhone. Use it!”

THE “BIG” LESSON FOR MY READERS

This incident reminded me of everyone who asked me for advice on making videos. 

There is a misconception that you have to use professional and big equipment to make good videos. 

Big camera, big microphone, big lights, etc. 

NO! WRONG! YOU HAVE BEEN MISLED. 

Let me show you the easy way to get a good video done and uploaded quickly. 

Click here to learn more… http://www.videolane.com/courses/basic-videography/

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