Hey guys! I actually shot this before taking the course. This is my first vlog ever:
I started my channel doing travel videos as I traveled for the first time to Southeast Asia and New Zealand and had a lot of stories and experiences I wanted to share but because I didn't really know anything about cameras and vlogging back then I didn't take many footage to put together a decent travel vlog.
I decided to share some of my stories (and will keep sharing some more) with photos and random footage that I shot but I really wanted to learn more about videography and get into the vlogging game with more cinematic shots. Learn about cinematography in general because it really calls my attention.
So now that we're in lock down, I started taking some daily vlogs to mess around with the camera and the editing software. Let me know what you think!
I'll already working on my second vlog and I'll be applying some of the tips from this course!
Also, if you'd like to support me, I'd really appreciate it as I just started in January and I'd love to hit a 1000 before the end of the year. One can just dream, right?
I'm trying my best to get good at this do better content! :)