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Watch my technical articles and reviews below. I spend many hours experimenting with various video and audio accessories and equipment.
I publish my findings based on my experience creating videos and documentaries, many times by trial and error, to help you create better video content and videography projects. Then you can avoid the pitfalls I had to endure.
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HeyMic Lapel Microphone – Superb Mic For Speakers Video Needs Excellent Audio Microphones come in all shapes and sizes. How many times have you watched a video of a speaker and barely make out the audio? How about speakers in high noise environments? Frustrating trying to setup when your wired lapel mic cable needs to […]Read More
HeyMic and Zoom – Combination That Gives Powerful Online Presentations Online Presentations Online screensharing, having been around for quite awhile, is still gaining ground. There were many tools early to the race. But recently Zoom is becoming widely used for its ease of use and affordable subscription pricing. A free zoom account allows up to […]Read More
Audio Perfection for Speakers – HeyMic and Rode Microphone Compared Video has been around for quite awhile but is still gaining ground in Facebook, Youtube and website usage. Nothing kills a video faster than poor audio when you can’t understand what the speaker is saying. When that happens, the speaker’s message loses impact. HeyMic is […]Read More
Videotaping Lessons Learned the Hard Way Videography lessons come about by doing videos – just do it. Using videotape for videography is a great technology to capture a speech contest or presentations for posting to a video website for continuous reference. My first videotape of our club educational presentations caught me off guard with basics […]Read More
Vietnam is No Ordinary Journey Have you ever planned to travel to Vietnam? Recently I completed an 18 day educational mission with the charity No Ordinary Journey Foundation. I was asked to join their international team of health care professionals as videographer. It also turned into huge lessons in leadership for me. The last day […]Read More
Videography Tips For Your Video Success Do YOU want videography success? I share what I learned so you can succeed. From my recent volunteer mission as videographer on an 18 day mission to Vietnam I learned several key video tips. Some I already knew but some totally surprised me. I learn fast and here I […]Read More
Videography Skills Learned – Documentary of a Charity Mission in Vietnam Recently I had the pleasure of talking about volunteerism on the radio show YourLifeUnlimited with host, Stephanie Staples. I spoke on the virtues of volunteerism and how it contributes to your leadership development, not to mention other INNERpreneurial skills. INNERpreneurship has been coined in […]Read More
Untold Story – Return to Tra Vinh Documentary Storytelling has become a lost art. Since the dawn of civilization, mankind has used and relied on storytelling for a variety of reasons. Not only was storytelling a means to carry forward knowledge to the next generation, but it also formed their entertainment, as there was no […]Read More