Video blogging is a great way to build a relationship with your target audience and to establish yourself as a thought leader and subject matter expert in your field.
In this article I cover the technical components of producing a professional level video blog.
Video blogging is generally accepted to be more casual in terms of both the delivery of the content and the technical production elements. But keep in mind that poor content along with poor video will lead to fewer views and less subscribers.
So it is best to set a goal to prepare good relevant content for our intended audience and to make it look and sound worthy.
In my last blog article and video I covered what to do to prepare and deliver your content, so you might be interested in also reviewing that content.
Here is my suggested list of equipment:
Video camera with microphone input feature
Two video lights with stands
Lavaliere or directional microphone
Microphone stand (if using directional mic)
Microphone cable and adapter
Plain wall or backdrop