Anything special by your experience to keep in mind when making a video review?

DreamWolf DreamWolf
I am extremely enthusiastic and interested in starting to make video reviews, and though there are many useful tips in the guidelines I am still curious if there was anything special you bumped into...

Was there ever any reason not mentioned in the guidelines why you couldn't make a review on a product or had to change your initial plan about how you'd make it? And any other useful tips for the beginners?

Thank you!!!
02/05/2012
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Originally posted by DreamWolf
I am extremely enthusiastic and interested in starting to make video reviews, and though there are many useful tips in the guidelines I am still curious if there was anything special you bumped into...

Was there ever any reason not mentioned ... More
Just be honest and do it from the heart. Don't be affraid to say you hated an item. I have never ran into a single problem yet where I couldn't say or do a certain review. So I say aim high nad try not to strip for no reason in your review without showing or telling what the product is or does just for the sake of getting hits. Thats just plain stupid!
02/13/2012
Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
After seeing a few you made and reading some reviews of yours too I don't think you did anything wrong in them, I liked them. Love you Baby!
02/25/2012
PDXlady PDXlady
I like to write down all of the important points I want to hit on a note card so that I don't forget anything.
02/25/2012
Crystal1 Crystal1
I learned that I need to remember that the super-awesome (ahem) quality of my laptop's crappy webcam means I might not always be able to show detail as richly as I'd like.

One tip- Once you're set up and ready to film, I've found its helpful to record a 20-30 second test and watch it back. You'll be able to see if something looks funky, if you need more light, if you're talking too fast, etc. right off the bat, rather than doing your whole review and THEN realizing "Oh, this was off" and having to redo it.
02/25/2012
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