After reviewing the video, I can tell that I'm getting tighter. I am still forgetting some details that could add more color to the story, but I don't think that it's anything critical. However, what I see as "important" in carrying an engaging story may be flawed. I will have to come up with some kind of workflow that limits the number of details that I leave out, and then figure it out with editing.
In this video, I wanted to share my experience of an introvert starting out vlogging. I don't know if another introvert will benefit from learning the steps I took, or if any of them will use it as a springboard into vlogging. For all I know, what I did was totally normal & every single other introvert on this planet knows what I did and vlogging right now...but I doubt it.
I also talked about the technological progressions in a way that tied it to the growth of my confidence. Honestly, I'm not working with very expensive equipment. I've seen non-pro vloggers using cameras that cost more than all of my equipment put together. So I wanted to show that you don't need to spend $500+ on a DSLR, hundreds more on a microphone & tripod to start vlogging; I wanted to show that vlogging is more accessible than that, you can start with your smartphone & work from there.
You can watch this video by going here.