I’m super excited to share this week’s post with you guys! It’s different from what I normally do, but 2021 is all about expanding our horizons, am I right! So this week I am sharing 11 tools and pieces of equipment that I use when creating content!
If you’ve ever thought about starting a blog or YouTube channel or upping your Instagram game, or becoming a content creator of any sorts, this post is for you!
I went to college for Radio/TV/Film, and then got a job in television, so the equipment that I have has accumulated over the years, and I make great use of it when it comes to creating content for my blog.
To see which tools and pieces of equipment I am talking about, check out my latest YouTube video:
If you’re interested in any of the pieces of equipment I talked about in the video, here are some links!
(These are affiliate links, should you make a purchase through these links, I will receive a compensation)
Canon EOS 80D Camera: $949
Canon Rebel T5i Camera: $699
Neewer Ring Light: $89.99
iPhone/Laptop Clip On Ring Light: $11.99
Neewer Spot Light: $25.00
EMart Studio Lighting Kit: $55.09
Neewer Reflector Screen: $29.99
LimoStudio Backdrop Frame: $42.50
Backdrop: $37.99 (This one is white, Amazon has tons of other color options available as well)
Backdrop Clamps: $7.90
Product Flatlay Backdrop Set: $16.59
Props: I don’t have a link to this one, because this one is up to you! Truly, you can use anything and everything as a prop – you’d be surprised what you can come up with by just taking a look around the room you are in.
And before wrapping up this post, it is important for me to note that just because you own fancy equipment or have tools to use, doesn’t mean you are going to create breathtaking content overnight. And the same can be said if you don’t have this equipment at your disposal – that doesn’t mean you can’t create great content.
At the end of the day, the more you educate yourself, the better your content will turn out. Additionally, the more creative you get the more your content will stand out. There really is no right or wrong way to create. Each person has their own taste and personality, which in turn creates a personal brand. So use all of this to your advantage and keep these things in mind when you are shooting, writing, etc.