Learn to vlog – DARETOGROW

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Learn to vlog – DARETOGROWClick Image To Visit Site10 part video series: Learn how to make a vlog just like the one below. The course contains 10 step-by-step training videos and you follow along as I make this very vlog. Learn how to plan your vlog series, how to capture professional video content using just your smart phone, learn how to add cinematic scenes to your vlog and how to add music to bring your vlog to life.

Come behind the scenes as I edit the vlog above on iMovie and learn all my HACKS for producing a quality vlog filmed on your iPhone (or smart phone / camera)

Receive the raw footage used in the vlog above so you can follow along in the demos and practice your skills immediately

This is a fully online course. You can tune into the video training in your own time and in the comfort of your own home. Or, watch the videos during your commute or during a break at work. You have full access to the training course and you can complete it in your own time.

Please note: you’ll require an iPhone or smart phone to film your own vlog footage and you will need the desktop / lap top version of iMovie in order to benefit fully from the training.

When you join the course, you’ll receive the raw footage used to make the vlog above. This means you can dive in and start practicing your skills right away!

There is an exclusive forum in each training video. If you have any questions about the training or if you get stuck, leave a message and Lisa will answer you personally!

I love vlogging! Having filmed over 100 vlogs now (and having watched a lot more) I thought it would be useful to introduce the concept of vlogging to you and share how to think about your first vlog series.

So, in this video, find out: What is a vlog and how long should it be? What are the different types of vlogs and which style is right for me? How to approach your vlog in terms of your tone and energy? When should I start and how long should I vlog for?

To get started as a vlogger there are only two things you need: an iPhone (or camera phone) and iMovie (or similar video editing suite).

In this video, I’m going to set you a very important challenge to get you started as a vlogger. I’ll also talk you through the next two levels of camera equipment you might invest in as you go on your journey as a vlogger.

Are you ready to start capturing footage like the pros? Here are five mega tips for getting better quality vlog content using just your iPhone! (This is an extended version of vlogging demo shared above!)

In this video, I’m going to share with you a PRO TIP that took me 121 vlogs to figure out! And it’s to do with how I store, manage and sort my video files before I even import them into iMovie. Plus, I share with you how to import your video files to iMovie safely.

Let’s dive into the editing process! In this video, I’ll show you how to add your first few videos to the iMovie timeline and make core edits to the footage to start forming your vlog. Remember, this is a skill and you’ll get better and better as the course continues 🙂

‘B-roll’ is that magical ‘secondary’ footage that brings a vlog or movie to life. Adding good quality b-roll gives your vlog a really professional and cinematic feel. You’ll learn how to do this in this part of the training.

Music brings a vlog to life! In this video, learn where to source your vlog music and how to add it for maximum impact!

In this video, learn how to add text to your video (such as DARETOGROW TV) and how to add an ‘end slide’ promoting a link or page on your web site.

Okay so we allll make mistakes when filming content. So, don’t worry! This clever little hack will help you cover up those mistakes quickly and easily!

How good does ‘slow mo’ look in vlogs? Well in this unit, learn how to add it properly for a true cinematic feel.

Yes absolutely. As long as have a camera, smart phone or camera enabled phone. It doesn’t need to be an iPhone. As long as you can capture video content on a device you have then you’re good to go! For example, you might use a Samsung phone, an Xperia phone or even a Go Pro or ‘point and click’ camera. 

Yes indeed but you won’t have access to all of the iMovie features and a few of the ‘hacks’ and pro tips in the training won’t apply, such as how to organise and store your video content for the future. I would recommend using iMovie on a desktop or downloading a similar free movie editing software, such as Filmora. Please note, I am not affiliated with iMovie or Filmora and am not responsible for the performance of their software. 

Absolutely not. When you sign up, you get lifetime access to the course, including all updates to the training and any new bonuses that are added to the course. There is no rush to complete it either. It’s all online and you can log in at your own pace to watch the training videos and complete the exercises. 

Absolutely! The principles are the same. In this course you will learn how to capture great video content and edit it using iMovie. You’ll learn how to cut clips, add music and even add text to your video. In the training, I show you how to edit a vlog live but the training is applicable to any kind of video. 

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