What if there were a way to radically upgrade the first video
impression you leave with your prospects? And what
if that tweak took only a minute and had a price tag of $0.
Would you want to know how to do it?

If so, click below to watch the first of a brief two-part series on simple camera tweaks that take your shots from flab to fab!

    3 replies to "Simple video camera tweaks that leave a great first impression Pt. 1 of 2"

    • Neil Smith

      It’s not just a brainy video, its funny too!

      Really you make it so easy to understand, and with good jokes too. Thanks so much.

    • Steve

      Thanks, we try! Had to leave this one out:

      A cow and a sheep are standing in a field.
      The sheep turns to the cow and says:
      “So, what are we going to do today?”
      The cow replies:

    • Jason Diehl

      Excellent information. I don’t think I’ve watched a single video of yours and failed to learn something.

      Now I need to learn how to do these things on my camera. The auto focus I’ve experienced to be a pain. White balance is commonly talked about in the industry. But the iris setting is something new for me (being very green to video).

      Thanks for providing quality information in a way that is easy to understand and watch.

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