Welcome to this series of One Minute Micro-Masterclass BLOGS, where in less than one minute, you can learn how to get Comfortable, Confident and Credible on-Camera.

Please click on the video below to watch this Micro-Masterclass on “Stock Footage”.

In today’s Micro-Masterclass we’re going to talk about shooting some stock footage.

Having stock footage is really handy because it means you don’t always have to go out especially to shoot some generic footage of the context that you might be talking about.

At the moment I’m driving so I’ve got someone to hold the camera and allow me to shoot this while I’m driving.

The point is that, if over time you can build up a small compact library of stock footage, it means that it saves you a lot of time because you don’t have to go out the shoot fairly generic stuff for every video that you create, you can catalog what you shot and then you can use that in a video you make in the future.

We will look at ‘Aesthetics’ in the next masterclass.

If you’d like more information please click on the link below to watch my complimentary training video.

Dr. Christiaan Willems

Chris is a consultant and coach in on-camera/online presenting, effective digital communication; and non-verbal communication across corporate, professional and academic sectors.

Micro Master Class 1 – The New Reality

Micro Master Class 2 – The Basics

Micro Master Class 3 – The Video Medium

Micro Master Class 4 – It’s all about YOU, or is it?

Micro Master Class 5 – Keeping it human

Micro Master Class 6 – Engagement

Micro Master Class – Things to avoid when creating video content

Micro Master Class 7 – Video Content

Micro Master Class 8 – Live or on-camera presenting, what’s the difference?

Micro Master Class 9 – Understanding the medium of video

Micro Master Class 10 – Scripting

Micro Master Class 11 – Pre – Visualisation

Micro Master Class 12 – Camera

Micro Master Class 13 – Context

Micro Master Class 14 – Factors

Micro Master Class 15 – Locations