In the last few years a lot of people have started shooting videos on their phones. And who can blame them, the quality of video on phones is amazing. But there’s one thing that bugs me. A lot of people shoot videos in portrait mode, meaning when uploaded to YouTube or Facebook there’s two black lines either side of the video.
Since setting up Video Toolkit earlier in the year, one of the first rules we teach our members is which way round to shoot video on their phone.
However the main point of businesses utilising this type of video is to tell different stories, answer different questions and connect as much as possible with their audience. And my hope is for members of the Video Toolkit to do things right, to get amazing results and to grow their business.
We’re currently offering a free month trial of Video Toolkit (it’s £29.99 per month after and you can cancel at any time)
If you’d like to try it out head to videotoolkit.co.uk and start learning how to script, shoot and share videos.
I’m really looking forward to seeing how we can create some amazing results together.