We ran a safe-to-fail video experiment. We succeeded. Yay! Will you help us make the next one?
Do you like watching videos?
That’s one of the reasons why Happy Melly worked hard to create her first ever video for YouTube. It was a video experiment.
The experiment in this video was: a) we have no money for professional footage; b) we prefer video fragments from all over the world; c) we cannot rely on great acting of volunteers; d) we cannot rely on good sound; and e) we want our own style that looks both special and high-quality.
I believe we succeeded on all accounts.
Join Us for the Next Video!
Do you like making videos?
But I still contributed to the Happy Melly video by submitting a few self-recorded fragments. Which means I’m now part of a camera crew. Of course, the amazingness of the video is mainly thanks to our awesome video artists. I never expected my crappy recordings to look so good.
Now you can be part of our camera crew too!
We’re looking for people who want to send us a few video fragments from interesting faraway places. It doesn’t matter if you have no video talent! Our artists prepared just a few useful instructions for you. (Even I can understand them.) If you take these into account you increase the chance of your recordings actually being useful.
You could be the next Spielberg. Or Kubrick!
If you want to be part of our camera crew, please contact me, and I will send you the next video script.
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