This is my 'Video Studio,' in other words, a small corner of my craft room. I found an opaque screen used to photograph display items for sale online. I turned it upside down and a studio was born.
The opaque screens soften the light so that there are no shadows. The blue fabric is a good contrasting background. I placed the dots to outline where I must stay so that my hands don't stray off camera. The starfish in the background is just a starfish.
Until recently I was balancing my iPad on a flimsy piece of plastic placed across the top of two of the parallel screens. A bit precarious and wobbly! So I've found a sturdier plastic square that rests on top of all three screens. Now I'm ready to continue the filming.
I'd almost given up on adding videos. I didn't know if I'd find a way to upload them to my website. What I learned is a simple link does the trick. This is not as attractive as the video placed right on the web page, but it will work for now.
If you'd like to learn more about YouTube Subscriptions here is an instructional video.