Excited to share my first You Tube video. I can’t believe I did this all by myself. Wow!
And while it is far from perfect. I need to get a microphone to improve sound quality. Get better at looking at the camera. And improve my editing skills. But I’m pretty pleased with my first attempt. What do you think?
Kudos, Em!! You did a great job of your very first video. Your voice is lovely and you didn't hesitate with the script. So nice to put a face and voice to your blog.
Thank you! I appreciate your kind words.
Excellent tutorial! You covered several options for choosing fabrics and had great examples, useful for both scrap quilt veterans (me) and newer quilters.
looking forward to many more videos, thanks
You did really well for your first video. I enjoyed it very much. I am looking forward to seeing many more. Thank you for sharing.
You did a great job on it and were so organized. It’s like having you talk in person. Looking forward to more!
congrats…you did a great job.
You did a great job – thought I was in the room with you. No suggestions to improve anything. Loved the video, loved the info, loved your body movement. 8-))))
That means so much! Thank you!
I'll try to keep them coming. Thanks!
Thanks for the encouragement! I appreciate it!
You are so kind! Thanks!
Thanks! It means a lot!
I loved your video, Em ;)) so nice to see you "in person" on YT.
I am such a huge fan of scrap quilting so it's nice to see the "controlled" type–not like me–sort of all-over the place lol…
thanks for the tips…
Hope you will do more of the videos…hugs, Julierose
Just took a few minutes to watch your video. LOVED IT!!! Good tips, good samples. Looking forward to the next installment. (Plus it was so nice to see & hear you)
How cool is that! Great job on your first video — never would have guessed that was your first try. Can you recommend any resources that have helped you? Are you shooting the video with your phone on a tripod? What kind of tripod? What kind of microphone will you buy? And, if you're using your phone to shoot the video, how do you press "record" from across the room? What software do you use to edit the video? I'm so intrigued!
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