JCristina VLOG 009 How-To Video Creation / Vlogging Affordable Equipment – BTS


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Today’s VLOG is the beginning of a couple additional videos looking at the Sony Alpha a6300, Canon 80D and more for video creation and vlogging. I going to give you a Behind The Scenes look at what equipment I use for audio recording, video recording, proper lighting and editing. How I use it and why I use certain products over others and much more. My hope is for you to understand what goes into creating video while providing ways of making the process affordable, quick and easy for you.

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