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Video tips – Point and shoot wedding video

By Jannet Walsh

If you think your point and shoot camera isn’t good enough to shoot video at the next wedding you attend, think again!

I had the chance to shoot a video with my Nikon Coolpix AW 110 camera, along with a few shots from my iPhone 5S this past weekend. Take a look a the video below and think of ideas for the next wedding you attend as a guest and want to shoot a video as a wedding gift!

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Is that a mustache on your camera? A tiny Nikon Coolpix AW 110 camera with a wind muff or “Dead Cat” to reduce wind noise. Photo by Jannet Walsh, ©2014, All Right Reserved.


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Tips for shooting video at wedding with point and shoot camera

 

  1.  Bring a tripod to shoot the ceremony and make sure you’re not in the way of the “official” photographers that were hired for the wedding. The tripod will help prevent shaky video.
  2. Think about adding an external microphone for better audio. If you can’t attach a mic to your point and shoot camera, think of adding a wind muff or “Dead Cat” to reduce wind noise if you will be shooting outside. I use one fromWindcutter for my point and shoot, Nikon Coolpix AW 110, and you can also find one for an iPhone and other cameras and devices.
  3. When you can’t use a tripod and are moving around to capture video,  use your camera strap, making sure you put it around your neck. Create tension between your neck and camera with the camera  with camera strap to make the video steady.
  4. Bring extra camera batteries and storage cards. Also think about bringing battery charger for camera just in case.
  5. Download your photos and videos and edit your video.
  6. If the audio isn’t good due to wind or other reasons, think about adding music that is safe and llegal for use when you post your video online. Vimeo, YouTube both have resources for music. I love Audio Jungle where you find great music for your video.
  7. Enjoy the wedding and shoot great video and photos to share with the bride and groom, and especially family that could not attend wedding.

Best wishes!

Jannet Walsh

Video Promo Essentials – Shoot, edit and share video online!

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By Jannet Walsh

Video Promo Essentials – Shoot, edit and share video online!

Learn from a professional multimedia journalist how to create a quality promo video with your iPhone, iPad, the camera on your laptop computer or any digital video camera. The course will be hosted online at udemy.com, a website for online learning with experts from around the world teaching about what they know best.

iOgrapher – The new iOgrapher designed by David Basulto for making an iPad Mini a movie rig will be featured, along with a do-it-your-self iPhone tripod mount, and a hardware store lighting kit, all for making a great promo video!

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The clover logo was designed by artist Brenda Flynn, an old friend and former colleague.  She is  known for her  logo designs, story illustrations and web graphics.  Brenda is available for design assignments.

The motion graphic intro was done by fellow udemy.com instructor Phil Ebiner and is featured in his course on how to create a video intro at udemy.com!

 

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I’m happy to announce I have been honored by Udemy.com, an onlne learning website that allows instructors to host courses.  I received a Golden Apple Award as Studio Outstanding Citizen, Sept. 5, 2013.

The announcement was made on a blog for instructors in the Udemy Studio, a Facebook group for instructors from around the world where they can share ideas and receive feed back as they prepare their online courses.

I was honored along with Janice Fraser for course, Startup How To:  7 Steps in Creating a Successful Products, and Philp Ebiner, as instructor of the month.

My course, Video Promo Essentials – Shoot, edit and share video online, is due out this fall.

Course description:  Learn from a professional multimedia journalist how to create a quality promo video with your iPhone, iPad, the camera on your laptop computer or any digital video camera.  The course is currently under construction, with plans to be hosted online at udemy.com,  a website for online learning with experts from around the world teaching about what they know best.  Learn more. . .

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Learn online – You can also discover the courses at udemy.com, some are free and others you must pay, and often there are coupons to save money.

Teach and learn online – I have been learning online design and more, while preparing a course!