My husband business partner and I are turning the unused space in the loft above our detached garage into a studio where I can record and share more videos to empower you to make smart decisions in all aspects of your business. We're kicking things off with a series of videos to help you turn unused space in your basement, garage or office into a set you can use to create videos to share your ideas and the products and services you offer.
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This is the first in a series of videos to show you how we do it, step-by-step, so you can do it yourself! While there are lots of details associated with creating a set, here are the three main things to concern yourself with, as summarized by Darryl in this video.
Lighting. You want to make sure that available light complements you and does not overexpose you, like Darryl is in this video. See how the light makes him glow? You don't want that. We'll tell you how to avoid this and other lighting disasters in our series.
Background. Your background should not be too busy. It should fill the space without overpowering it. The background in this video is pretty lousy, but that's the point! Anyone can turn a lousy space like this into a nice studio, and we'll show you how in our series.
Audio. You can look fabulous, but if no one can hear you, they'll turn the channel. In this video, we are using the built-in camera microphone on our Vado, as opposed to an external microphone. The sound quality is passable, but we can do better. Our series will show you how to achieve the best audio quality on a budget.
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Question: What are your questions about turning your unused space into a set?