Top tips for filming your story

The magic of the modern smartphone isn't merely that it's revolutionised how we consume pet memes. If you've got one in your pocket, you're also carrying a pretty advanced piece of filming kit.

Top tips

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Like most people you probably use your phone camera, but being on camera or filming for a project can feel different. Don't panic - follow these five super-simple tips for better uploads.


Contribute in your own way

Like a lot of us, you may not be used to being on camera. Simple things like smiling, taking a deep breath, or writing notes can help. You don't have to be on camera either: there's plenty more you can capture to tell a story. Do whatever you feel comfortable doing.


Watch your clips before uploading them

Sounds simple, and it is, but this will help you check for any issues and ensure you're happy with what you're sharing.


Look at the camera lens

When filming selfie style, in particular, it can be tempting to focus on yourself, but this looks a little odd when watched back.


Be aware of light and shadow

Not enough light isn't good, nor is too much. Do what you can get an even exposure of light on the subject, whether that means moving the light source or the subject itself


Be aware of sound

Try to avoid echoes or super noisy spots where possible, and always watch your clips back before uploading to check that you can hear what needs to be audible.

Here's how it works

It's as easy as 1... 2... 3... (and 4!)

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