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More of us are expected to make videos to support learning and communication in organisations than ever before. With the presence of so much video on the internet, people expect video to be part of the mix.

In a feature on Learning Now TV, Tom Spiglanin talked about five gifts for videographers to solve some of the common issues we all come across when making videos. He divided them into three areas; sound, light and stability and gave one or two pieces of equipment that are available to help with those issues without breaking the bank.

For anyone involved in producing video for learning, it’s well worth a watch, which you can do by signing up free to Learning Now TV. Ok, I know Christmas has passed, but maybe there are some birthdays coming up or possibly some budget going spare!

Click here and take a look at Tom’s six-minute video.

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