24hrs after getting the Rode Wireless GO and using it in a video shoot, these are my first impressions using it within the first 24 hours.
I've used a simple lapel microphone for most of my videos and using audio cables and cords.
In addition to some upcoming client videos I have to shoot, I wanted to see how well this would work for me as well.
Everyone goes through a time where they just hate their job but while you have a jo and you're working your passion part-time are there benefits of doing both?
In this video, I share my thoughts on today's topic and what I did when I had both a job and worked my business part-time.
Since going full-time in my business I've had conversations with other clients and friend also full-time entrepreneurs and one of the themes that keep coming up is what things you do or do not accept when it comes to working with clients.
In the video, we're going to cover if setting boundaries is actually a good idea or if it'll hurt your business.
Live Streaming with the Canon M50 via HDMI using the Elgato Cam Link has had the issue of a 30-minute recording limit until a comment from Youtuber Vito, who shared this hack in the comments.
This is a quick video sharing how to stream longer than 30 minutes on the Canon M50 with the Elgato Cam Link.
A quick precursor to an upcoming series to answer all the other, better, options out there when it comes to live streaming video content.
In this video, I'll cover the different options I've considered and why you may NOT want to use the Canon M50 for Live Streaming.
The Canon M50 has been one of my favorite cameras to use but has a long list of features missing and quite frankly isn't for everyone.
In this live podcast, I'll be sharing why the Canon M50 isn't for everyone and who shouldn't buy it.
The Canon M50 Speedbooster by Viltrox has been a legit GAME CHANGER for me and everything I do using the Canon M50.
I almost exclusively only want to use full frame lenses on the Canon M50 since getting the Viltrox Speedbooster.
After 5 months of non-stop use from live streaming, photos and normal videos I LOVE THIS THING!
More than anything else I see on YouTube is traditionally about the first 100 or first 1000 subscribers on YouTube, but I don't think those matter as much as the goal of the first 300-500 subscribers someone receives.
In this episode, I share why I believe this is the core group that will matter the most for anyone starting a new youtube channel.
The EntreChats Daily Podcast is now the Video Simplified Podcast
Being on YouTube isn't easy and when you're looking at producing potentially years of content. At some point you're going to question, what content should I make next.
I've seen large and small YouTube channels alike ask this question with even some larger channels not getting much response.
In this episode, I talk through some of the factors that go into not just getting better engagement to find out this answer but what you can do to understand why they're watching your content, to begin with, and what will keep them coming back for more!
Definitely, more of a deep dive than I intended to go into on this episode, but if you hang through it. I think you'll get tons of value!
Get the settings needed for live streaming and video on the Canon M50 for Video Guide: http://diana.link/CanonM50
Live Streaming on the Canon M50 has been so much fun and I love the video quality I get.
In this video, I'll share how I use my Canon M50 to live stream and even keep autofocus while streaming.
This is a list of the specific gear I use AND per new youtube changes, all gear is available here: **Specific gear list: https://www.dianagladney.com/gear