Maybe we are biased here at Youth Online (mostly because its the CADi team posting here at the minute!) but we think that learning to capture better video can be a huge lifeskill. Video is a hugely powerful tool to make people feel things and change behaviours so if you want to be impactful using great quality video can be a really effective tool.
The guys over at Science Filmmaking Tips have put together this great primer to help you figure out the first steps to capturing better video.
Credit: Science Filmmaking Tips
We thoroughly recommend this channels 52 things series for anyone wanting to develop their photography or videography skills whilst on lockdown.
Once once you’ve created your first video – share it on your social channels and don’t forget to tag EAYouthService and use the hashtag: #stayconnected so that we can see what you are creating!