May 30, 2013


Well, I posted my second stopmotion! My channel's name is LongliveNarniaAG. :) 

I get messages all the time asking "how do I get better" and "nobody watches my videos". I read a blog lately that had listed what you should say on peoples videos in order to get noticed but I think we should keep it real and be ourselves. This is our creative outlet and about sharing what we have learned and how we have improved with what we learn. Some of my earlier videos were so bad that I deleted them but maybe I should have kept them up to show you that we all started somewhere. I just tried to learn as much as I could by watching other videos and by trying to be original, I took photography lessons at school to learn everything I could about my camera, angles, lighting etc. There is always something else to learn and there is always ways in which we can improve our videos. It is not about being "popular" or "famous" it is about showing, in every new video, that you are learning and improving. Sorry a bit of a rant there :) it is just lately I have been getting so many messages from people because they are down on themselves about "not being good enough" and "not having many subscribers". All I can say is just keep working hard on your videos, practise your skills to get better and be on AGYT to have fun and enjoy yourself!

These words were written by Agoverseasfan (obviously not me :P), and I think that  these words are absolutely true! My friend was watching my stopmotion and she gave me some helpful tips about how to make my video better and slower: Taking more pictures! I could've gotten protective and said, "Well, maybe you should just try it yourself!" But every video is a learning experience. It's not about being popular, it's about enjoying yourself. So remember that. :) 


  1. Thanks! I really enjoy making them. :)

  2. Oh, and how do you post videos? Do you have to upload them on YouTube first?


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