Matt Robinson

Joined January 2022
We've got a team putting together what I (think) is great content for our organization, but I'd welcome some feedback? This is our first serious (we did some soft funny videos first) video we created. We've actually created a pretty full pipeline (I think there are 15-20 video projects underway), but I'd love some non-geek (we're in the IT services world) feedback if possible:https://youtu.be/2B8FihhT6gMThanks!
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Matt Robinson
wonderful camera presence, well presented. 
I recently helped film a lesson for an upcoming course (ooo exciting!) and I had to get real creative to make it work from where I was. I know I can't be alone in using funky setups to make your recording space work, so share yours! In the thread below, drag and drop your best/favorite DIY video setups and show how creative you can get :)My setup in this case was made up of:
  • A dining chair
  • A cardboard box x2 (great recommendation Renee...
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Matt Robinson
Reminds me of my equally handcrafted looking setup despite using 'professional' equipment haha, wish i had a photo on-hand. I love the ingenuity!
Hi! Just starting out with video doing case studies of financial advisors who use our start-up planning software in their offices and wondering what the minimum you all think I need is in terms of equipment. I like the idea of two cameras for different views, but also want to be cost conscious as we are just experimenting so far.I've only ever used point-and-shoot digital cameras and phones in my personal video experience, but of course want...
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Matt Robinson
Hi Erin. Much like Alex I agree that choice of equipment is very tailored to whatever your needs are for the projects you're shooting. As a videographer myself I can make my own personal recommendations of where you could perhaps start looking, however I would advise looking into equipment yourself to see what you would find helpful or essential to your projects.If you're on a budget and are new to video overall something like the 'Canon M50' would be a good place to start looking. For audio personally I'd recommend the 'Rode Wireless Go 2' for both convenience & quality.These may help give you a starting point of where to look in terms of both budget & quality, though certainly take it with a grain of salt as everyone has different equipment preferences. Plus id certainly advise taking a look at Alex's linked presentation for more pointers :)