This is a highly requested post. A lot you requested I compare my recently acquired Sony ZV-1 to my Canon M50 which I have had for close to two years.
For many of us, we struggle with being content creator consistently with a full time job. Nearing the end of the Government imposed lock-down, which implies a lot of us bloggers would be going back to our full time 9-5 from tomorrow.
I think one of the questions I get asked the most are to do with time management when it comes to how I juggle content creation and other full jobs (interior design and social media management), so I thought I’d dedicate a full post on the topic. I must warn you, I had to give up some part of my social life for this…
Hello M Squad! Today’s post is me sharing my top 7 photo/video editing apps every content creator should own. This is for my influencer babes who read the blog… I have gotten quite a few questions on how I maintain my feed and edit my photos/videos and all. To simplify it, I’ll just say it took me 5 years to get there. Of course now there are more apps, guides and tutorials of how you can achieve this faster. Following recent conversations as to how important it is to have an aesthetically-pleasing Instagram feed.
It is one of the major factors nowadays for being a content creator/influencer and a major determining factor brands will take notice of. Potential followers, on the other hand, also decide from your feed if you’re worth the follow. And that’s a both a conscious and subconscious act since we have definitely progressed into a truly visual Instagram era.