Funny Home Video

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Method 1 of 3: Planning

  1. Find the equipment. To make a home video, you're gonna need video recording equipment. Digital cameras offer a wide range of opportunities and excellent record quality, while smartphones are more convenient and cheap (possible you already have). You should also find staffing for a steady film, unless you want your video to shake (in some videos it's appropriate). There are staffing levels for both smartphones and digital cameras. You can also use a small digital microphone to record an interview. If you want to use the lighting elements in the video, it's time to buy them.
    • Smartphones are usually smaller than video cameras. Find an elevation (e.g. table) to make them higher if necessary.
    • Video cameras usually have protective features, such as an objective lid that protects lens from scratch. Don't forget to remove the lid before we start shooting!
  2. Make an idea.Make a Home Video Step 1Bullet1.jpg Are you recording a holiday, a normal day, or something? Do you want to interview people, or do you want to record an actor? Answer these simple questions for yourself, and keep pushing it away. Any film, whether your baby or your wedding ceremony, would look much better if you made a little plan.
    • If you're filming, you're gonna need requisitions, including suits, decorations, and the script. If you'd like to use unusual audits without spending much money, you'd like to visit YouTube "Backyard FX" to see many useful instructions.
      • You're gonna need a powerful video editor, like Adobe After Effects, to create special effects, such as flashes and laser beams.Make a Home Video Step 1Bullet2.jpg The program is worth a lot of money, you know. On the other hand, simple scenario requisitions can normally be made from manual materials.
    • If you're filming a family event, like a meeting or a wedding, make a record plan instead of filming everything. Take an interview with your fiancé and your fiancé, then take the place of the wedding, and ask someone questions about his history. Put all these things on the final video so that the video is interesting and rememberable.
    • If you're just filming what's going on (e.g. children or pets), take some time and then take the most interesting points. So you're more likely to have something funny or funny.
  3. Prepare carefully. Check your device's battery charge, and just in case you take the charge. Check the camera's performance, and make all the necessary construction. Remove the unnecessary elements (e.g. garbage or laundry) and make sure that staffing is correct and ready for work. Take off the test video and check it out to make sure the picture and the sound are okay. Check the microphone if you use it. Don't forget to prepare the lighting, light the candles, send the searchlights, or open the windows to get enough light.

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