The platform you use to livestream will depend mostly on your target audience. The type of stream you want to produce will also influence your choice in host platform, as will the expectations of any existing followers you might have.
Once you know what gear you’ll need and who is going to help you, it’s time to learn how to actually direct your stream. This is where you get to decide how your stream will look. When we watch the final program, everything looks smooth, but if you look inside the control room, you see the engine underneath the hood.
When producing a video, it’s essential to plan and prepare adequately so that your shoot goes off without a hitch. But how does your typical production compare to hosting a livestream? In this video, we will explore how you can conduct a successful livestream on your own with a few simple tools.
Nikon cameras are a favorite for DSLR shooters. Nikon has their own line of lenses, but there are also some third-party options available for both F mounts and Z mounts. Here are the best Nikon lenses currently available on the...