Eager to show you more about how to enhance your video marketing content, I’m back to deliver episode four in the Video Production 101 series!

At this point we’ve covered the following topics in the series:

The camera you’ll need
How to record quality audio
How to use lighting effectively

And now we’ll explore shot composition.

In this episode I go over techniques for framing your shot including the rule of thirds and the different types of shots you can use within your videos (close, medium, or wide).

Because you’ll want to avoid awkward framing or too much negative space in your marketing videos, take a look at the video and share your questions in the comments section.

The next and final episode will be about editing and if there’s something you’d like to see included, be sure to let me know!

Thanks for tuning in!

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