How to VLOG – Beginners Guide

– Hey guys, what is goin’ on? In this video, we’re
talking about how to vlog, the complete basics, and the
beginners guide to vlogging, and some important information, that you guys should know about, when you’re starting on
your vlogging journey. (upbeat fast-paced music) (upbeat fast-paced music) I know there’s a lot to
unpack in this video, so if there’s anything specific
that you’re looking for in the description bellow,
I’m gonna time code the different sections
that I’m talking about, shooting, editing, posting,
all that good stuff. Okay, so vlogging is
kind of an important part of the YouTube culture,
and it’s actually expanded beyond YouTube. A lot of people just in
general, are vlogging to connect with their audience. Vlogs are an important part
of businesses nowadays, it’s an important part of your brand. So to connect with your
audiences, vlogs allows you to step into your world,
and give your audience a kind of behind-the-scenes
look at you, and your life. Now, with that said, not
everyone’s gonna be vlogging and doing the whole daily vlogging thing. I think that’s a little bit crazy, because it’s so much work
to do a vlog every day, unless you are a specific daily vlogger. I’ve had a lot of people
recently, ask me about how to vlog, and how to
create engaging vlogs. So that’s why I’m putting
this video together, to help my friends out,
and to help all of you out, so that you can create better content. Okay, let’s get into the gear. That is the first section, the tools. These are the things that you
need, to create your vlog. And it’s very core,
you just need a camera. ‘Cause if you can tell a compelling story, or give someone some insight
into you as a person, it doesn’t matter the
tools you’re doing it with. However, you’ve gonna wanna
progress, you’re gonna want to get better tools, you’re
gonna wanna get better cameras, microphones, all that,
as you get more and more into vlogging. So the essentials are a camera. And beyond the camera,
a stick or a tripod, to hold the camera, and a microphone, to capture better audio. At the very basic, that
is the vloggers setup, and that is the essentials that you need. Now personally, depending
on the situation, I’ve had different variations of this. Sometimes I just use a camera by itself, but that’s just because of
the situation that I’m in. One camera that’s really good
for vlogging, is the GoPro, it’s just an easy camera
to have in your pocket, and take it wherever you need to go. It’s also waterproof,
shockproof, all that good stuff. And it captures a decent
image that’s wide. So you can hold it out,
out away from your face, and you can get at that good shot, and there’s also some extra
features on the GoPro, which help out a lot. Another camera, which most
of you have in your pocket right now, is your phone. And your phone is an important tool, because you have it with
you, it’s there all the time, and it captures good video,
it captures good audio. So it’s a great camera to start with, to learn how to vlog, and to do all that. But if you want to step it
up, and you wanna actually get better at vlogging,
you’re gonna wanna use a bigger camera, with a microphone. Personally, I use the Panasonic
GH5, it’s an awesome camera. Before this, I was using the GH4. I’ve also use Sony A6500, A6300. I like to have a smaller camera, something that’s not
super heavy, but something that I can also bring a microphone into. And the microphone that I
use, is the Rode VideoMic Pro. This thing is awesome,
it’s a great microphone, to get good sound out of doing vlogs, and doing videos on the go. And the last piece is the stick. A lot of people use like a JOBY Tripod, one of those bendy tripods,
I did that for awhile. I actually like a smaller
footprint, so I found a little mini tripod. It works well, it allows
me to set the camera down, still have that tripod
shot, but then also, I can hold it as a stick,
and it’s not as big as the JOBY. So links to all of the equipment
that I’m talking about, in this video, are down
in the description. If you wanna check out the
exact tools that I use, then you can get a sense
of the cameras I’m using to create my vlogs. Like I said earlier, at it’s very core, you just need a camera, and
then from there, a stick and a microphone, and that
is your basic vlogging kit. And one more thing, about
the camera that you’re using, you just gotta use the
camera that makes sense, in the situation that you’re filming. So if we were doing
something like river rafting, we’re gonna be just using the GoPro, because it’s waterproof,
it’s easy to have on me, I attach it to my helmet,
attach it to a stick. And then I can pull it
off, and also flog with it. So if you’re in a situation where you don’t want
to destroy your camera, because you’re in water,
snow, who knows what it is, you’re just in a
situation where, you know, holding a bigger camera with a microphone doesn’t make sense, it’s not a big deal, just use a smaller camera,
something that works for the situation. But, if you do have the bigger setup, you’re gonna wanna use
that as much as possible, because you want to get the
best footage you can possible, no matter what situation you’re shooting. So if you have a GH5, with
a microphone and a stick, use that as much as possible,
and then change over to things the GoPro or the phone,
depending on the situation. Okay, let’s get into shooting. This is the fun part, this
is shooting all the content, going and doing the adventure,
exploring and capturing it. But there’s a lot more to
shooting, than just going out and just going for it, and
just shooting every little bit about your day. No one cares about your day. I’m just gonna put it out there. Nobody really cares,
because a vlog at it’s core is not just a follow me along,
and see what I do in a day. Sometimes those are interesting, if you’re really interested in
the person as an individual, but a lot of times, vlogs need to be more than just following someone around. When you follow someone around,
that’s a really boring vlog, and that’s what a lot of
people do, when they first start shooting vlogs,
because they think that that’s what vlog is. A vlog is just following
someone on their day, do-do-do do-do-do, this is so cool, look I’m eating breakfast,
I’m shaving my face, I’m gonna go down to the store today. Like that kind of
vlogging is really boring, unless you have a big
following, and a lot of people that are actively engaged
with you, as a person. It someone likes you,
then they’re gonna wanna watch your vlog. But if somebody doesn’t know
you, and they stumble upon that they’re gonna have no interest,
and they’re gonna click off. So to shoot an interesting
vlog, you’re gonna need to have a story, you’re gonna have to
have a journey of some sort, or you’re gonna have to be
funny, or be going to an event. Like there’s gotta be some sort of story that goes throughout your day. And you gotta think of it as a film. As Casey Neistat said,
when he started vlogging, he’s gonna make a film
every day, not a vlog. And that’s the whole thing,
you gotta treat it as a film. When you’re shooting a
film, you have a story, you have a beginning,
a middle, and an end, and you tell your story through a plot. And a plot could be a hero’s
journey, it could be a quest, it could be a tragedy,
like there’s different ways to think about story, and story structure. When I’m shooting my vlogs, a lot of times when we’re traveling, I’m
just going on a journey, so I’m taking someone
along on the journey. And when I’m thinking about
it, I’m not gonna vlog unless there is a trajectory
from like, I’m starting here, I’m ending here, I wanna
take people on this journey, to see what it is that I’m doing. So if I’m in Thailand, and I’m
gonna go see the elephants, my journey is to meet the
elephants, do the experience, and see the bigger picture of elephants, by the end of the entire vlog. And that’s what I did with the
vlog, when I was in Thailand. I wanted to talk about the
bigger issues with elephants as a whole, and I wanna
show a proper interaction, if you are a tourist that
is going to Thailand. There is some planning,
and there is some thought that goes in, before you even
start rolling the cameras. You just gotta think about, what it is that you’re gonna wanna vlog
about, and try to come up with a bigger overall story,
to fit your daily vlog. And with that, you’re
gonna wanna be able to have a beginning, a middle, and an end, and you’re gonna wanna
do the basics of story, that you see in films, and you
see in every book out there. You don’t wanna just start
shooting, and just think that you’re gonna have a
cool, interesting vlog, just by spraying the
camera everywhere you go. Okay, a couple more points. Besides the whole story
aspect of shooting a vlog, is the main aspect of
a vlog, is basically, engaging with you as a creator. So you’re gonna be filming
yourself, you’re gonna be, that’s why you have a stick,
and that’s why you have a microphone, and a camera
just pointing at you. As you’re filming yourself,
you’re giving your journey, you’re experience, to your viewers. So you’ll turn the camera
around, and obviously, show everything else that’s
going on, but at it’s core, you’re filming yourself. So you’re gonna either hold
the camera out in front of you, or you’re gonna set the
camera down, and walk up to the camera, and talk to the camera. You just gotta find creative
ways to talk to the camera, and be an engaged creator
with your audience. You’re having a
conversation back and forth. Find ways to talk to your
audience, and don’t just make them a passenger on the train of
your journey through the day, or whatever it is that you’re filming. You wanna be actively engaged with them. You wanna have conversations,
and you wanna talk to them. Alright, so we picked up our
friends, Autumn and Katie, they are back there. They’ll say hello in a bit,
because they wanna shower, but I have Katie’s bag. She had a little bit of an accident. She flipped her motorcycle,
like two days ago, yesterday, she’s pretty beat up. Okay, another key point about shooting, is don’t be afraid to vlog. If you’re out in public,
people are gonna look at you, it’s just, it is what it is. You’re holding a camera
in front of your face, and you’re pointing at yourself. People know what vloggers are nowadays. Like you’ll be in situations,
where people will be like, “Oh, it’s a vlogger”. Just don’t be afraid. And that’s like a key thing here. When you’re being a
vlogger, you can’t be afraid to shoot things, you just
gotta shoot everything, and if something happens,
somethings happens. If someone tells you
to put down the camera, well, put down the camera,
but don’t be afraid to put up the camera,
and shoot to begin with. I’ve been shutdown plenty of times, where I’ve been shooting in
situations where, you know, they just didn’t want cameras there. So I was in an airport
in Belize or Mexico, and I was shooting
myself talking to camera, I’ve definitely have had
security tap me on the shoulder and be like, “You gotta put this away, “what are you filming?”,
and start questioning me. I gotta get outta here, so
I’m for sure getting out. So I’m headed over to the other
airline, a little bit later, at City Airport all day. But, you know, it is, what it is, I’m gonna get home tonight. I’m not playing around, that was a mess. United, get someone
else to (garbled words). But it just is, what it
is, you just gotta own it, and you just gotta go for it. Stop caring about what other people think, because as a vlogger, you’re
putting your content out there for other people to look at you, so you’re gonna have to just not care, at all about other people. Is really own it, really
believe in what you’re doing, is something that is entertaining,
and enjoyable to watch for your viewers. Okay, some vloggers
don’t do a lot of this, but I personally think
this is a key ingredient, and that is, capture a ton of B-roll, and make it cool, cinematic B-roll. So I’ve done a ton of
videos on my channel, about how to get cinematic footage. Watch those, if you’re
looking for ideas on ways to get cinematic footage. But for me, what I do, is I capture a ton of slow-motion footage,
a capture a ton of drone shots a ton of just B-roll, in general. And if you wanna know
more, about what B-roll is, I’ll put a link in the description below, to another video of mine,
about the importance of B-roll. But B-Roll is essentially the stuff that ties everything together. So you have your story, you
have all your talking bits of you, and now you’re
gonna want the B-roll, to make your project more exciting, to make your video more engaging, to see the location that you’re
at, to just make the vlog a more exciting thing to watch. So, lot’s of B-roll,
shoot a lot or B-roll. Just shoot everything that you’re doing, and shoot B-roll around it,
come up with new cinematic, creative ways, to tell
the story, and not just talking to camera all the time. And going along with this, is just shoot more than you think. So this is also your storyline,
and also you’re B-roll, everything, just shoot
more than you think. Because when you get into
editing, you’ll realize that you use a lot more
footage than you think, to edit a vlog. I’ve shot multiple days,
and trimmed it down to a five-minute vlog,
because the storyline only fit the five minutes
that I actually captured, within those days. Even though a shot a ton of footage. And so, that brings us into editing. So now, let’s get into
editing, and let’s talk about how you edit a vlog,
so it’s more impactful, and so that your viewers want to watch it. You shot all this awesome
content, you have a idea and a storyline, that
you want to put together, create a vlog for your viewers. So the key to start any
edit process, with a vlog, or a film, or anything that
you’re doing in general, is that you just need
to know your footage. So before you even start
cutting, bring all your footage into your software. I use Final Cut X. And what I do, is I scrub
through all my footage, just to see what I’ve
shot, to see all the things that I’ve captured throughout
my day, or throughout my week, whatever it is that I’m vlogging about, just so I know all the footage I have. So if there is major gaps, if there is something I didn’t even
remember that I shot, I know about it. So when I start editing,
it makes it a lot easier, to be like, yes, I have
that, I’m gonna put that in the edit, or I gotta
figure out a creative way to jump from this to this. And now, it goes into the
second part, which is editing. And editing is fairly easy. Most vlogs are beginning to
end, and the way you shoot, is in the way you edit. So you’re starting at the
beginning of your day, and you’re ending at the end of your day. So it’s very easy to edit a vlog. Me, when I use Final Cut,
because of the magnetic timeline, I’ll take all the footage,
and literally drop it into the timeline, and just
start at the beginning, and work my way through. And that’s because, everything
is basically time of day, starts at the beginning,
and it ends at the end, like I was saying. I’m able to just drop
it all on the timeline, and just start working
through, and cutting it all up. It makes it go really fast,
and I can cut my vlogs in like an hour, or
two hours, depending on what the situation was. Obviously, some vlogs
take a lot more effort, but some of the more basic ones, I can chop them up super quick, by just dropping all the
footage into the timeline, and just going for it. An important thing to realize, when you’re editing your
footage, is this concept I learned way back in college, one of my professors taught me this. He said, “Kill your babies”, which is a really horrible thing to say. It’s one of the things that
will destroy a project, because people spend
all this time and effort to get these awesome shots. Well, if they don’t fit the story, if they don’t fit the vlog, then you just need to take them out. And it’s one of those things. Because you’re shooting,
editing, and doing everything, you can’t put weight on
shots, just because of how long, or how complex the shot was, when you were on set shooting,
or out in your day shooting. You have to think about the project from a different standpoint,
and when you’re editing, you just need to look at
the footage objectively. And that’s the key, is if
that shot maybe took two hours to do this cool time lapse,
and it has all this movement, but it doesn’t fit the video at all, you’re gonna just have to take it out. And you’re not gonna have
to get emotional about it. And that’s one of the things
about filmmaking that’s tough, and one of the hardest
things when you’re shooting and editing your own content,
is that you are removing a ton of stuff, that you
put time and effort into, and you know that this shot
is so epic, and so cool. But if it doesn’t fit the
storyline, if it doesn’t fit the overall thing that
you’re doing with your vlog, then you just gotta cut it out completely. And it’s tough, but it’s
something that you just gotta do. And then one last tip,
when you’re editing, just always be on the lookout for a hook. And a hook is, basically,
a really interesting 10 to 15 second piece,
within your entire vlog, that will get your viewers
attentions, to keep watching. And that hook, you’ll put at
the beginning of your vlog, whether it’s a sentence that someone said, or an action, where like
you’re falling off a cliff into a water, like something
where people are like, I wanna know more of that, what’s gonna happen, what’s going on? You’re basically setting up
the video, so that people are like, I want to see
what happened with that. – You’re gonna take that chicken, and you’re gonna blow as hard as possible, and you’re gonna get as
close as possible now. I want you to get closer. Closer. Much closer. A little closer. Now closer. – Get in there! – Blow! – Drop that chicken! – So it could be somewhere,
anywhere in your vlog, and it’s basically just
a moment, or an idea, that captures your viewers attention. And that is an important part of a vlog, because it gets the people
in, then they watch your vlog, you have your beginning, middle, and end, you tell your story. And that’s how you keep
people on your channel, and get them to subscribe. Alright, let’s go over the final touches, and this is the upload process. Now you have a awesome vlog,
everything’s done with it, you’re like ready to share this. Personally, I just put
all my vlogs on YouTube. Other people will use
other social media outlets, but we’re talking YouTube here. What you’re gonna want to do,
is create a compelling title, and a compelling thumbnail, so
that people want to click it. Because people, if they don’t even have that compelling element,
of a thumbnail and a title, they’re not gonna click on your video. So a good way to do this,
is look a bunch of vloggers, and just look at the different styles in which they do their thumbnail,
and they do their titles. And think of ways that
you could do your title and your thumbnail, so
that someone will click on your video. But on the other side
of it, you don’t want to be click bait, where you
have some obnoxious thumbnail, or obnoxious title,
that someone clicks on, and the video has nothing
to do with what that is. You gotta be engaging, but
you can’t be click baby. So another good tool,
that I use is Tube Buddy, it’s a Chrome extension,
and it allows you to give a lot of analytics, and a
lot of different things, when you’re uploading your video. So it’s a great tool to use, for sure, and I’ve put a link in
the description below, so you can check that out. But I use it all the time, to
figure out key words, titles, to just get a general sense
of how my past titles, and my past icons, and things
like that, are working, so that as I move forward,
and shoot more vlogs, I can create more engaging
thumbnails, and titles, and keywords, and tags, and descriptions, so that people click on my videos, and stay actively engaged,
and become a subscriber, and someone who actually follows
my content on the regular. One more thing, is that once you post, you don’t wanna just let your video die. You wanna share it, if you
have other social networks, that could get more eyeballs on the video. So if you just post it on YouTube, you don’t wanna just let it die there. You want to reach out to
your Instagram followers, or your Facebook followers, and say, “Hey, check out my video!”. Just getting more eyeballs
on your video, as a whole, is gonna help get it more
attention, and hopefully, make the algorithm put
your video in other places. And that’s what’s happened
with some of my videos in the past, you know, I’ve
posted ’em in different places, I’ve posted things on
Reddit, or Facebook Groups, for stuff that makes
sense, and people will actively engage with that, and I’ve driven a lot of followers from
say, a Reddit post, where it fits with whatever
Reddit that I’m posting it in. So think of different ways that you can get more eyeballs on your video, that are outside of where you posted it. Okay, and let’s go over my final thoughts. So I’ve done almost 200
vlogs, up until now. I started out doing daily
vlogs, because I thought I wanted to do the whole
daily vlogging thing, and the daily vlogging thing
is tough, and it’s hard. And like I said, unless you can come up with a unique film everyday, daily vlogging does not make sense at all, and it’s really hard to
do, and it puts a strain on everything in your life. You look at some of
these big daily vloggers, and they only do it for so
long, before they crack, before something major happens,
before they do something that’s just really ridiculous and dumb, and they just completely
are oblivious to it, because they’re so wrapped in
this world of daily vlogging. However, I think that
all of us, as filmmakers, can benefit from doing a
period of daily vlogging. Because putting that pressure on yourself, to create a film everyday,
gets you to be more creative, and gets you ways to create new stories, out of basically nothing. As a filmmaker, as a
YouTuber, I think everyone should try daily vlogging,
for a couple of weeks, maybe a month, and just go
for it, and see how you can create compelling stories,
when you’re pressured to do it day in, and day out. And that practice, is what
gives you the knowledge, so that when you’re creating
vlogs in the future, you create interesting vlogs, and not ones that are just boring, and dumb. Now, I’ve definitely created
my fair share of boring vlogs in the past. I’ve shot 200, which, in
the grand scheme of things, there’s other vloggers out
there, that have done thousands. For me, it started out
doing the daily thing. I started doing then just
travel, and now I’m realizing more and more, that it’s
events, it’s specific things that I’m gonna capture, and
that’s when I’m gonna vlog. I’m not gonna vlog all the time. There’s just no reason
to vlog all the time, it just doesn’t make sense for me. But, if I’m doing something
really cool, like for example, I was just in New Zealand,
and me and Rachel did some really awesome hikes. Well, I’m gonna vlog the
experience of that hike, so someone can come on
that journey with me, as I take on a mountain. And that’s a really interesting
vlog, and there obviously is a lot more story that goes into it. The main story is, obviously, the journey from the bottom of the hill, to the top, but there’s more that goes into it. So you have your micro-stories,
that go within each vlog. And that’s one last
thing, I wanna talk about, and touch on, is that you’re gonna have your big overall story, what
it is that your vlogging about. If you’re a comedy vlogger,
it might just be that you’re, you know, you’re just showing a bunch of different little skits,
or things like that, different things within the vlog itself. If you’re like me, and
you’re a travel vlogger, you’re gonna be doing an experience, and that is your overall story. But within every vlog, you’re gonna have little mini stories. So for example, when I was
in Belize with my buddy, bigger overall picture of the vlog was about scuba diving, and
learning how to scuba dive. But there were these micro-stores
that I told within it, and one of them was about the taco stands we found behind our hotel, and it was like an awesome local taco
stand, and I made a little mini story out of it. In all of your stories, no
matter if they’re the big, overarching story, or they’re
the micro-story within, they need to have a beginning,
a middle, and an end. And to do that, you just
need to be more vocal, and explain things on camera. And so, a lot of times, what I’ll do, is before I go into a
situation, I’ll explain everything that’s going on, like– Okay, so one of the guys in our hotel, told us that there’s some fabulous tacos right down the street. We’re on a taco run. And C.S. wore his special
shirt (dog yapping). What I’m doing, where I’m
going, what I expect to happen, just talk a lot about it. I’ll do the experience,
that’s you’re middle, and then at the end, I wrap
it up, and kinda sum it up, and talk about my experience,
or find some way to wrap it up what it is, that I just did. So these tacos are amazing! C.S., what’s your verdict? – Delicious! Definitely, when you travel,
it’s all about eating locally, eating from the local taco
stand, is much better than, you know, eating tacos from
the overpriced restaurant. Now you’re not always
gonna use this footage, but always having something
before, and something after the event that it is, that you’re doing, gives you the ability
in your post-production, to be able to cut a
beginning, middle, and end, if there’s not another way to cut it. I always setup stories,
and I always end ’em, even if I’m not gonna use
that footage in the edit. Something to think about, when
you’re going into situations, just set things up, do
your vlog, do whatever, and then wrap it up,
at the end of the day. I always do this, I
always try to sit down, and have a conversation with
you guys, as the viewers, about what just happened,
wrap up the day, say goodbye, do all that stuff. And you do that with each
situation that happens within your vlog, that could
be a story, and a key element to something that’s going on. And we are back in L.A.. What is up? So I’m sure you’re wondering
what happened with the drone, because that’s where I last
left you off, in Nicaragua. But, we got the drone
back, and it ended up being a bigger hassle than expected. You might use the footage, you might not, but it’s always good,
to have more footage, than to have less. Alright, guys, that was
a lot of information. This is everything that I’ve learned, over the past couple of
years, of shooting vlogs. And I hope that this
information will help you become a better vlogger, in
your future vlogging journey. Guys, if you haven’t
already, make sure you hit that subscribe button. There is a ton of awesome
tutorials on this channel. I’ve got a lot of cinematic
footage, a lot of photography, and I’ve also got my vlogs. So go through, check some of
those out, get some inspiration for our own vlogs. Also, check out my Instagram
@JevenDovey, and I’ll see you on the next one!

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  2. Great video. Looking to start my own thing here and as I was recording my first one I thought ‘Hmm. This doesn’t feel organic’. Great tips here and looking forward to getting started!

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  5. Just don’t care what people think if you are in public! It is key! You have to just do it, if people stare, don’t care!

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  7. Thank you for this great tips. Actually I have recently started vloging and I want to create great content. Thank you 🙌

  8. Watch this guy he only uses eye candy to get attention you hardly ever see this guys face, if ever. wanderlust in the philippines

  9. In no other area i have so much trouble finding ideas for stuff to shoot, like in vlogs.
    I can write storys etc. but finding ideas for footage of my daily life? God how do you do that?

  10. Good content. But about not caring and owning it. Screw the thought about only when you are blogging. Do it everywhere. Be you, not some dam puppet doing what others want. Saying yes when you mean no. Oh, but I might offend them. Don't worry about that. It is their thoughts and you have nothing to say about what they think. Be you.

  11. Thanks for making this video. It really helped me to understand some of the mistakes that I was making and gave me a lot ways to improve. Much appreciated! 🙂

  12. I just tried to vlog and lemme tell you. It was complete trash so I only made it a minute long and posted it😬🙌.

  13. I am shooting my first vlog tomorrow and I came here overthinking it is going to be horrible! But I guess I just need to do it, to make it better!

  14. You gave me some really great ideas. I had never heard of vlogging until I ran across your video! I am doing it!

  15. A lot to digest, but easy to follow and forth going back over it 2 or 3 times to take it all …………….Thanks

  16. I really appreciate you putting this video together. It's nice having all of this information presented in such a straight forward and informative way. Definitely gave me some things to think about as I prepare myself for vlogging. Thank you, Jeven!

  17. Thanks for the video man. I'm going to be using vlogging to promote my videography business. What better way to self promote than to walk into a business you're cold approaching with your camera in your hand.

  18. thanks for this. BUt no one covers anything about the music they put on their videos. How to get around this if the music is copyrighted and we cant monetise the videos?

  19. Very helpful…i do events once in a while but end september im goin to try 1 vid a week Wen my house finish super excited🙈🙈

  20. This is awesome! learning how to properly vlog everyday… learn, unlearn, and be open to new things. Learning experience is a daily situation.

  21. Excellent advice about getting over vlogging in public. I have such a hard time vlogging around other people!! Thanks for the kick in the butt. 😉

  22. The biggest question is: How do you film and deal with the people who don’t want to be recorded or filmed, or the people who look at you funny for talking to a camera.

    Ideas? Help?

  23. I started my youtube with a samsung phone, as a start I learned a couple of things etc.. Had fun with editing with copyright music😂.. I wanna start again but ofc without no copyright music. Remember any works not all started with a camera or something high quality.. I used my phone & I didn't care what people thought.. Its about you.👍🏼

  24. Hi vloggers
    I hope you all learned a lot from this video and if you have a channel I’d love to follow you to inspire each other!!

  25. I do think but there are some specific audiences for just the simple come with me follow me vlogs when I look for blogs I usually look for people who are just being themselves and not following a script. I can agree with you on one thing the following me around vlogs are not bad but however yes they can be boring after a while especially when they become repetitive it's like one day hey I'm here at McDonald's oh now I'm here at Denny's having lunch now I'm here getting ready to head off to class and so on. I do like a lot of logs with background music and b-roll footage.

  26. This awesome! Thank you for this! I’m actually going to start vlogging and you literally made it so much easier and answered all the questions that i had 😊💯

  27. how i wish i can have a vlog so that i can share happiness not only for the people who knows me but all around the globe…

  28. hi I love all your advice about bigginers vlogger,,i learn a lot tips from your video,and I apply it,,tthank you so much for that video you make,,also I love places you travel ,,im trying to do some vlog I hope and wish I will be good like what you doing,,,thanks god bless

  29. i'm from the St.Lucia and people stare like crazy when i try to vlog and i've been thinking what of building my channel but i have no idea what i should film plus i'm super shy which is why i want to come out of my comfort zone
    i got a good camera but would a stick and a mic…

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