This is the 2nd day of my “vlog everyday challenge”, and it’s kinda a snipped of my typical day in Almaty these days. Also, what do you think is the most important meal of the day? Here’s what I have to say about it.
This isn’t an April fools joke. I really am going to post videos on YouTube every single day in April. I’ll try tho. If it works out well, I’d be happy to keep posting. So today I’m posting the VLOG 1 of mine. I hope you enjoy.
As an aspiring international vlogger, I was thinking of improving my YouTube videos sound. The solution turned out to be this Rode VideoMic Me. It’s a pro level (-ish) microphone for iPhone and iPad made by the popular mic company RØDE. In this video I unbox RØDE VideoMic Me and try it on my vlogging camera (a.k.a….
This was one of the best days in 2017 for me. So thankful to life for this opportunity, and I hope I will create the best stuff with my new MacBook Pro 2016. This is also my first ever MacBook Pro.
It was sunny, and I couldn’t stop myself from vlogging it. Why would I, right? This time I just randomly came up with the ‘iPhone vlog tips’ while walking and talking to the iPhone. Turned out handy when deciding on the title of this video.
I’ve just had a series of video blasts directed towards me. Thus the Try Not To WTF Challenge emerged right-away. Although it felt like try not to laugh by the end of the video, still it was quite challenging to NOT say ‘WTF’.
Here’s my usual setup: alone and trying to fix stuff. This time I thought I fixed my GoPro Hero4 which I bought a year ago, but almost never used because of its freezing problem. With a few tweaks to the camera firmware, I set myself to a mood full of hope and excitement. And that is where…