Framing Your Online Workout

By: Customer Support

Learning how to frame your online workout is one of the best steps to improving the experience for your members. Understanding the space inside the frame can improve how you move within your space when recording and what is not within a certain shot. In this tutorial we talk about tips to help you identify a space to film and what “framing” is for online workouts. When you think about the nature of a fitness instructor, they are moving side-to-side, up-and-down, and all around during a class. With an online workout, most instructors don’t have a ton of space filming from home and in this tutorial we help instructors get the most out of a filming session.

One of the most important takeaways from this tutorial is what’s inside the frame is all that matters. People viewing a workout don’t see what’s on the side or behind the camera. Your filming space can be inside an office, a garage or any blank wall inside your house. Take that into account as you continue to build your online fitness business.

Products Used in this Tutorial
Rode GO Lavalier Microphone – CLICK HERE. 
Sony ECMCS3 – CLICK HERE.
Sony a6400 Mirrorless Camera – CLICK HERE. 

 

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