Creating Your Video
It, however, takes more than a good camera to produce footage that looks professional. Good technique is also important.
Instead of reinventing the wheel, I have provided links below to a number of articles that will walk you through some good tips for shooting better video with your smartphone:
- 8 tips on recording professional video with a smartphone – https://digitalcommunications.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/2016/03/23/8-tips-on-recording-professional-video-with-a-smartphone/
- 10 tips for recording better video with your smartphone – https://www.pocket-lint.com/phones/news/131351-10-tips-for-recording-better-video-with-your-smartphone
- A Beginner’s Guide to Taking Great Video on Your Phone – https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/17/smarter-living/beginners-guide-phone-video.html
- 6 Ways To Make Quality Video Using Your Smartphone – https://thelogosmedia.com/2019/07/05/6-ways-make-quality-video-using-smartphone/
- YouTube is the most popular platform and the standard YouTube licence remains the default setting for all uploads. But, the ability to mark uploaded videos with a Creative Commons licence is available to all creators. Click here to see how.
- If you use Vimeo, then you will want to read their guide on how to apply a Creative Commons license to your video.
- If you publish on other platforms or just send your video as a Tweet or through Facebook then it is always good to look at the fine print.