Stop Making These Video Lighting Mistakes

Stop making these video lighting mistakes

Do you want to nail your next video?  Then don’t make these lighting mistakes!

So many travel pros simply flip on their webcam or tap ‘video’ on their phone and create spontaneous, although maybe not memorable videos.    I used to do the same, yet had little success with it.

Luckily, I’ve gotten some great advice from friends, colleagues and experts along the way that I’d love to share with you.


3 Fool-Proof Video Tips


If you think I’ve spent a small fortune on this equipment, guess again.  All this doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg.  Here’s the resources that I use.

These simple tips will help you wow your fans and set you on the road to even greater video visibility.

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