You do not need to spend a lot of money to get started. Here I share a few tips to help you. This short video was filmed using my four-year-old iPhone and its microphone. The green screen cost me $15aud for the material. I have an orange ring light - the only light I used for this from Amazon. The image at the end was free from Pixabay. It was edited in Screenflow which cost $149 - there is cheaper editing software out there.
Most of all practice loving the camera and allow your love and knowledge to shine through.
Wonderful video, Sharon! We featured this post on the Studio U homepage as it will certainly be a great resource for instructors starting -- we hope you don't mind! 😊
Thank you so much for sharing your helpful hints!
My pleasure @SaraDavies . Learn to love the camera. Spend 5 minutes a day looking at the lens to develop your relationship with it - and watch it back. Do this for a least a week and you will see yourself improve. This also gifts you the opportunity to modulate your accent if needs be (I do as we Aussies tend to rush and don't start or finish words properly). Good luck.