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Learn how to make your own videos from home using green screen, your smart phone, inexpensive lighting, and editing with Adobe Premiere
Whether you're on a budget or not, the Video Spokesperson Academy online course covers:
Lighting & talent positions
Canva tips and tricks
Media and text overlays
Editing with Adobe Premiere
The course also covers On-camera Presentations green screen assignments followed up with advance editing for:
You 2x (your twin)
You as a news person (newsroom)
You and animating graphics
From the comfort of your home,
you can produce professional videos.
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*Course modules on video editing uses Adobe Premiere Pro, which has an affordable monthly or annual membership
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What was once my dining area, is now my green screen space. It's about a 10'x10' space and when I'm not filming, I flush the equipment to the wall. I keep my green screen open all the times.
Whether you're on a budget or not, watch this video to get an idea of the essential tools and equipment I use and have been making money from it.
In order for the green to be keyed and look as professional as possible, the lighting position on the green screen AS WELL AS on the talent is absolutely key!
Did you know that the green screen requires its own set of lights? Those lights are not shared with the talent or subject.
If you need a quick video on how to remove green screen (chromakey) without the fluff, check out my video tutorial. I show you the steps using Adobe Premiere Pro and I quickly go over the need-to-know fundamentals to get you through the editing process with minimal confusion.
To learn more, enroll www.VideoSpokespersonAcademy.com
MORE VIDEOS TO COME:
Background Overlays: Images, virtual sets, solid colors
How to do multiple on-cam with just one person
Production elements to liven up presentations: Transitions, sound FX, animation, text overlays, dissolves (3 to 5 sec),
I'm definitely not a Hollywood actress, but when you're
on camera as often as I am..
you better fake it AND love it at the same time.
Being a video spokesperson - for me - is combining my filming, editing, writing, acting, and digital marketing skill sets. My career has placed me in so many countries. Not physically, but in the digital space.
After many years of working for so many brands, I realized that brand authenticity is key if you want to keep up with the digital revolution.