Tuesday, June 24, 2014

My You Tube Magical Year

I can't believe a year has already passed since I published my first You Tube video tutorial on June 2013. It has been an amazing ride for me, a journey, a learning process and above all an important lesson in self belief.

First video

I have been wanting to start doing video tutorials for a long time, but somehow I never found the time, or to be honest, the courage and resolve to take that first step. But the universe has a funny way of taking care of things and a chance (or not) encounter with a fellow designer opened up something in me and I decided to dive in and start Saturday MIXTRAVAGANZA.

Most watched video

There were a few bumps on the way, to say the least, but I was determined to go on. First, I had to figure out how to put my camera in just the right way and to come up with a weekly project. After all this was a long term weekly commitment that had to be fun, informative, interesting and well presented. Then I had to learn how to edit, how to add narration and music. And finally I had to unlock the secret of You Tube uploading and, tagging, titling and more. But...when the positive feedback, warm comments and subscribers started poring in I knew I was on the right track.

Today, wiser and more experienced after 52 video tutorials and 2253 subscribers I want to say thank you. Thank you all for the support, the good advice and the love. Thank you for subscribing to my channel and joining my journey from the very beginning. Thank you for all those amazing and positive comments, the questions and the shares.
I feel so blessed to be able to share my passion with you and to inspire you to try new things and create.

One of my favorite videos

Stay tuned for all my insights and tips to create magical videos next week.
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Have fun creating!

1 comment:

  1. Happy youtube anniversary. I am so glad that you stepped out of your comfort zone and posted your videos. They are an inspiration to me. Thank you for sharing your "he-art" with us.