In this episode, photographer and filmmaker Xanthe Berkeley talks about how you can make engaging video content for your business - and how you can start simply shooting with your phone.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

  • Xanthe Berkeley’s business story - how she went from wedding photographer to using her photography and video skills to help businesses promote themselves online
  • How to feel confident with video when you’re first starting out
  • Advice on the equipment you need to get started - and why you don’t need to spend lots of money on professional kit
  • Why Xanthe feels the best way to learn about video is by getting started and experimenting
  • Ideas for video content you could create for both product-based and service-based businesses
  • How to make use of natural light for your videos
  • Where to find inspiration for video composition
  • Things to consider when it comes to audio
  • Xanthe’s thoughts on whether you need to be in your videos - and how much they need to be about your business

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