This blog post has been sponsored by the good people at Adobe Spark.
Video has never been more accessible to anyone and everyone than it is now, going into 2017. There are minimal excuses left for you to not create some kind of video and the people at Adobe Spark agree. They reached out to me after they saw the first video I did upon the arrival of Adobe Spark so I could tell you about their big announcement today, introducing a new critical feature to their video editor. Let’s check it out.
There’s been news recently about video influencers quitting their vlogs.
In other words, shifting their focus from “here’s what my day looks like” to more meaningful videos that make them reenergized about their craft again.
I wanted to comment on this because I hope this isn’t the new excuse for you to not get started with video.
Also, I thought I would color at the same time. ‘Cause, ya know? Why not?
Talking to a camera isn’t natural. I’m not here to try to convince you that it is. But I do want you to talk to a camera, as difficult as it may seem. So in order to help you feel a little better I thought I would share a story of when vlogging did not sit right with me. This is the story of the first time I tried to talk to the camera, alone, in my house, in response to a really really really big YouTuber.