4 Ways You Can Use Binder Clips To Make Better Business Videos
How can you use the humble binder clip to make better videos for your business?
Sometimes the little things can make a big difference. The humble binder clip that's in your office draw can solve some video production problems you may have.
- The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Link the arms of the largest size binder clips and you have created a great tripod substitute for your smartphone. Depending on the model of your phone, you may need to use a pen of a spoon or fork to prise the gap a little wider to accommodate your phone's thickness.
- Save valuable time. Improve your editing workflow by organising your cables.
- Make it easier to read your video script. Fold a sheet of A4 paper in half to give it a bit of stiffness, write your dot points to speak about in your, clip the folded paper into the binder clip, flick the arms upwards and use the flat base of the binder clip as a stand to hold your paper in a vertical position. Place on a stack of books to raise to a comfortable eye height.
- The most important use of the binder clip is to hold the pages open on my Get Video Smart book when you are using it in reference mode on your journey into creating videos for your business.
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