How to shoot your own video

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Working remotely doesn’t have to mean that your content is put on hold.

Here, video and audio producer James Sullivan takes us through how to film and edit strong video content even when you don’t have access to professional kit.

  • Lighting is key: make sure that the subject is facing the light, and use natural light if possible. 

  • The camera and microphone on a phone are fine to use, but make sure to check for background noise.

  • Always record in landscape. 




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