And so Vlogmas begins. This is Vlogmas 1 (and 2).
The skies are blue in Hawaii this Christmas Season. Are you jealous?
Vlogmas 1 – The skies are blue this winter
If you don’t know what Vlogmas is, it’s a video blog concept created by Ingrid Nilsen and her subscribers, where you vlog everyday in December until Christmas Day and post it to your YouTube. It has spread like wild fire around the vlogging community and now, more vloggers are participating than ever before. Some of us adapt it to our busy lives–you know, because not all of us have the luxury of doing YouTube full time, though we may aspire to that someday.
I myself have a full-time job. And, though I have more flexibility in terms of time, since I work for myself, I still don’t have the ability to throw my entire days into filming videos and editing. I still have a workload and client roster with responsibilities to them in addition to being 33 and married and all that good stuff. As much as I’d love to be a full-time vlogger… I’m not 23 with 3 million subscribers… and I need to work to pay the bills.
So, because I am busy, I am going to do a “SNAPSHOT” version of Vlogmas, where I film and edit exclusively on my iPhone 6s (which is my vlogging camera anyway) and post 3-4 minute clips every few days.
I hope you enjoyed Vlogmas 1 (and 2), a microscopic look into my Christmas in Hawaii. Make sure you stay tuned for more #Vlogmas videos throughout December! I’ll also be posting normal videos aside from Vlogs.
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ROCK ON, LOVECATS!
Love + Aloha + Namasté,
F T C
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