If you’re creating your own videos, especially for the first time, you suddenly encounter a world of technology that can overwhelm your ability to keep it all straight.

It’s not that you can’t do this. It’s that it’s so EASY to forget one or two little things, and in video, even one little thing can ruin your day.

By the way, it isn’t just newbies. It happens to those of us who create on a daily basis. (example inside this video)

So get and use a checklist. Here’s one I’ve developed after working with hundreds of business people over the years.

    6 replies to "Seeing Into the Blind Spots"

    • Richard Mowrey

      Once again the master “quietly and effectively” provided the reminders required to achieve much better results in our videos.

      • Steven Washer

        You’re too kind, Rich. Thank you.

    • Jay Creighton

      Hello Steve:

      Thank you once again for creating a very helpful video and also “The Shooting Day Checklist.” A checklist is absolutely vital to our work as video producers. As Mr. Mowrey wrote above in his comment, once again, you, the MASTER have shown us how to “quietly and effectively” get the job done and show the world that you are, indeed, a very much needed Visible Authority.

      I continue to be very grateful for your guidance and support, both of which have engendered in me tremendous inspiration. And, this inspiration–the great feeling that I, too, can overcome, and move on from, the technical jargon of the video world, focus on my own specialty, and make great videos for my clients–has carried over into my one-on-one work with my clients and my colleagues. This inspiration has also flowed over into my personal relationships. My friends and family see how much happier and energetic I am now that I’ve finally begun, after years of searching for someone–anyone–who could help me make sense of all the technology, to make beautiful videos that carry my own messages of inspiration to others. Thank you, again, Steve. I shall always be very grateful. Jay

      • Steven Washer

        It is my pleasure, Jay. And you can’t be more than seconds away from launch…

    • Mike Steele

      Your videos are very well done. You not only make it seem easy, you demonstrate that it is easier than people think.

      Thank you for all your help.


    • First Name Price

      It’s amazing when one sits down and goes through a checklist just how many things there are that you need to remember to avoid that one little thing that can trash your production!

      Another great video Steve, with useful reminders and new handy tips to think about.


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