Look! One of 5 businesses you can start this weekend!
- According to AOL for Entrepreneurs that is...
Not so long ago, the way to immortalize a wedding, graduation,
birthday or other special event was only with photographs. Now, with
video cameras, everybody can be the star of their own big day or
night--except that it's hard to be a member of the wedding party and
film it, too, and most people have a tendency to take shots of walls
as often as people. But if you're a sharpshooter with a video camera,
you can capture it all as a videographer. You'll roll tape, then edit
your work and provide copies. Establish relationships with wedding,
party and event planners who can refer you to their customers, and
place ads in your local newspaper.
Start-up costs: $3,000 More info: Professional Videographer
Association of America; Wedding & Event Videographers Association
International Books: An Introduction to Digital Video by John
Watkinson; Placing Shadows, Lighting Techniques for Video Production
by Chuck B. Gloman and Tom Letourneau; Setting Up Your Shots by
Jeremy Vineyard Publications: Camcorder and Computer Video magazine;
Digital Video (DV) magazine
So folks.... if you can't make money off your blog... by *this*
weekend, you too could be making money with your video camera.