How to start a video blogger?


please suggest how to start a video blogger to the result in terms of the quality of the video turned out halfway decent:

1) something to read (books, websites) about:

a) Shooting

b) the Production of light,

C) the Installation,


2) What software to use?

I took two videos at your leisure with the review of the air gun and the knife:

Doctored, if I may say so, them in IMovie.

If the video with the knife was even more-less decent, in my opinion, the gun flaws just the sea! Want to know how to fix them.

I hope for your help!
October 3rd 19 at 18:40
4 answers
October 3rd 19 at 18:42
On YouTube, by the way, is instruction in proper shooting, and promotion videos. I don't know if you've seen it, but here
From programs would advise Sony Vegas, say pinnacle studio is also a cake, but they cost money. For video reviews, probably the standard advice in the style of "more light, more action" may not be appropriate, but to abandon them is not necessary.
Well, in General, speak louder, speak precisely and with dedication, and "people will come". Good luck!
Thanks advice and link. - eudora84 commented on October 3rd 19 at 18:45
October 3rd 19 at 18:44
We don't care what you have there is light, installation, photography and software, do all movimaker.
The main thing here is content.
I agree that content is most important. However, the video quality is a multiplier impact from the video. If the quality is high, the multiplier is positive if low — on the contrary. - eudora84 commented on October 3rd 19 at 18:47
October 3rd 19 at 18:46
It's certainly not advice, but an observation, but almost all Russian top videobloggers started with artisanal studios. Then, gaining an audience, he reached out and professional movie makers and brands began to offer advertising for revenue, which can and render outsourced, and even bread will suffice. Judging by the same max "+100500" and Stas "TiX".
October 3rd 19 at 18:48
The recently released film about how TiX are removed, try to start with him. The film is on YouTube.

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