The question everyone wants to know the answer to: "What do you shoot with?"
In this round-up, I'll go through a few different gear options: one for those that want to shoot with their phone, one for those who want to shoot a little better quality than their phone, and then my personal kit I use for client work and passion projects.
A quick note before I jump into the gear...
Chances are, the phone is your pocket is plenty good to start recording videos right now. I've seen really bad videos shot on extremely expensive gear and I've seen amazing, cinematic videos shot on an iPhone. More expensive gear can make achieving a certain quality or look easier, but it is not always the solution. For example, Quentin Tarantino could make a film much more watchable and entertaining than many people could if he used his phone and everyone else used a cinema camera. At the end of the day, these are just tools to help us capture something.
Try to capture and...
Are you wondering what kind of video would benefit your business the best? Gain access to my video ideas guide and explore the different, popular video options available for you to shoot yourself or hire someone to do.