Jacket Topshop / Top French Connection * / Jeans Miss Selfridge / Bag Mulberry / Shoes Freed of London / Sunglasses RayBan
The quality of my video (shown above) is less than perfect – and I’m super sorry about that! – but VideofyMe is a mobile phone app hence why I filmed it off my phone! The shakey, lo-res quality kinda kills me, but lets try get past that! You guys know I like the imagery and visuals on my blog to be nice and clear, but this was our first attempt and I’m sure we’ll get better at it! The app itself is awesome and easy to use, it’s another one to add to your phone’s social media folder! You don’t have to be a wizz at filming or editing, although if my video is anything to go by, you’ll need to find a friend with a steady hand! (Ha, sorry Niki). You can pick songs from your iTunes library to go on your video, and being the sensible sally that I am, the first question I asked the support team was if this is actually allowed. They said they’d get back to me and I was going to wait until I’ve found out the answer but I was too to try out this app! …So, as it turns out, I’m not that sensible after all!
For a long time now, I’ve wanted to do outfit/YouTube videos but my camera, which is a Nikon, is absolutely terrible for filming! It has got the ability to film but the sound is REALLY AWFUL, it picks up a lot of noise and the videos all sounded like a small squeaky animal swimming in the ocean! I haven’t persevered because I haven’t figured out how to edit, or what software to use. Perhaps I will start doing outfit videos, but as it won’t have narration, I’ll have to find a suitable royalty-free tune to go with it! Or maybe I should just stick to photographs instead!
Not a sponsored post – I just wanted to film a short outfit video, and also tell you about it incase you wanted to have a go too! 🙂