How to Create Awesome Videos on your iPhone for Your Insurance Clients
Part 1 of 3
In this vlog I'm going to explain the best way to shoot awesome videos for your insurance clients or prospects with your iPhone and shooting everything outside.
This is Craig Colley from GO Agent GO where I help you break through barriers with tech tips and tools for work from home insurance agents.
I'm also an insurance agent and I have created GO Agent GO to share with you my 20 years of experience building and using a work from home insurance business.
I received so many questions and perhaps you're struggling with this one.
What is the best way to use your iPhone to record a short video to connect with your client or prospect?
The goal is always to create a video that not only gets watched, but prompts action, response and connects you differently than a phone call, screen share or zoom meeting and makes you different from your competition.
I’m going to keep things very simple but the end result will be you'll be making extremely effective videos for your clients with the tips I'm going to share in this 3 part series.
Part 1 (covered in this vlog)
Prepare for your shoot: 6 tips to prepare before shooting
Tech and Tips:
4 tips to set up your shoot.
What you're going to need and carry with you from this point going forward.
iPhone Camera Techniques:
7 tips to shooting a great great video.
Before we start let's look at the equipment and travel gear what you're going to need to make everything you shoot on your iPhone from this point forward is awesome!
An iPhone. Any smart phone you have will work. In this example I am using an iPhone in selfie mode.
Use either the built in iPhone camera mic (weather dependent) but what is preferred is a wired microphone or Bluetooth Airpods which only work in some applications. Note: Bluetooth Airpods will not work with the camera app on a iPhone unless you have OS 13 installed on your iPhone. Some older iPhone models only go to OS 12.
A selfie stick. One that extends at least 2 feet out.
A backup power supply for the phone in case you lose power (with a lighting/USB cable).