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Do you have a non-profit organization (small) or a fundraiser / crowdfunding that can use a video?
Or a job application that must take place through a video?

Can you not create this yourself? Then I can probably help you!
Contact me via the ” Contact ” page and do the following preliminary work.


What I need from you for a fundraiser / crowfunding: (max 3 min)

– Photos and videos with the subject of crowdfunding. The more the better!
Preferably of high quality and as much landscape-mode as possible. (not photographed or filmed upright.)

– A short introduction in which you tell who you are and what motivates you to fundraise.
(for example: I am Elise Kuijpers, 28 years old, and I need a wheelchair.)
This may not be filmed upright!

– in 2 minutes you tell us more extensively why you started this fundraiser, what led to that and what you hope to achieve if the fundraiser succeeds. Not filmed upright!

– Think of a good, catchy ending!
(Example: On * website * you will find more information about me and my goal If you want to help me, share this video or my website link on social media.) End with a thank you to everyone who helps you. Not filmed upright!

 

Tip 1: It is often better to tell it by heart than to study or read it out loud. I do not mind cutting in your interview if it goes wrong. Just continue and relax. Everything will be fine! Is it not to your liking, start again, but also send the 1st version!

Tip 2: Do not do the interview close to a wall, not in too little / too much light and make sure you do not have much ambient noise!

Do’s: Point the camera so that we can look into the living room or the garden, for example. This ensures depth and is more beautiful. Make sure your surroundings look neat and tidy. Make sure you are well-exposed. The best is daylight, artificial light is often cold and ugly. So sit near a window and make sure that it illuminates your face. Make sure you are well understood. If necessary, make a 2nd recording of only your voice, recorded with your smartphone close to you. This often works well, if there is no wind or too much ambient noise.

Note: I use copyright-free music. This means you can post your video on every website and social media withour the rist of copyright claims. Do you need subtitles for your film? (Dutch of English) Please note this with your request.


What I need from you for a promotional film for non-profit: (max 3 min)

– Photos and videos with the subject on it. The more the better!
Preferably of high quality and as much landscape-mode as possible. (not photographed or filmed upright.)

– A short introduction that tells about who you are and the name of your non-profit organization. (For example: I am Elise Kuijpers, aged 28. My foundation is called “Thuisjes”, and “thuisjes” helps homeless people get a home.) This may not be filmed upright!

– You tell us more extensively what the non-profit is, what it does, how it originated and what, who uses it / who you help, what makes your non-profit different from the one in the same category, etc. Not filmed upright !

– Think of a good, catchy ending. You know your business the best. Is there something you want to give the audience, something that has to stick? (a nice moment for example) or do you want to encourage them to do something? (like the social media page, share, or come over?) then you can now say that as a closing. Not filmed upright!

 

Tip 1: It is often better to tell it by heart than to study or read it out loud. I do not mind cutting in your interview if it goes wrong. Just continue and everything will be fine!Is it not to your liking, just start again, but also send the 1st version!

Tip 2: Do you want to show more images of your non-profit? Then go and film a day on the floor of your non-profit! There where the action is. With your phone or with another camera, as long as it is 1920 × 1080 (full HD).Show on film what you want to say.

Tip 3: Do not do the interview close to a wall, not in too little / too much light and make sure you do not have much ambient noise!

Do it: Point the camera so that we can, for example, look into the office or corridor . This ensures depth and is more beautiful. Make sure your surroundings look neat and tidy. Make sure you are well-exposed. The best is daylight, artificial light is quickly cold and ugly. So sit near a window and make sure that it illuminates your face. Make sure you are well understood. If necessary, make a 2nd recording of only your voice, recorded with your smartphone close to you. This often works well, if there is no wind or too much ambient noise.

Note: I use copyright-free music. This means you can post your video on every website and social media withour the rist of copyright claims. Do you need subtitles for your film? (Dutch of English) Please note this with your request.


What I need from you for a job video: (max 3 min)

– Photos and videos where you yourself, the work, interest or point in your resume is shown. The more the better! Preferably of high quality and as much landscape-style as possible. (not photographed or filmed upright.)

– This video becomes a video job-application. So you want to show what is in your resume. A company often wants to know the following things: 1. who you are. 2. what you are (profession, study, etc) 3. why you apply and for which function. 4. why you think you are suitable for this job (and why they should choose you and not someone else) Not filmed upright!

– Send me your resume, I have to be able to check if what I am making is correct and if I use the right terms. if necessary, delete sensitive information before sending it.

– Close the application well. (for example: thank the company for the opportunity and say that you hope to hear something soon.) Optional: If you want, tell them how / where you can be contacted. Not filmed upright!

 

Tip 1: It is often better to tell it by heart than to study or read it. I do not mind cutting in your interview if it goes wrong. Just continue and everything will be fine! Is it not to your liking, just start again, but also send the 1st version!

Tip 2: Write for yourself the points that you want to tell and make sure you have photos or videos of this. (preferably in landscape mode / not upright) Go create them if you don’t have anything. (For example: Are you a cyclist and this is your passion? Take some photos of your bike and on the road, send photos of where you were with your bike, apply for a design function? Take photos or screenshots of your portfolio / something you have already made, etc).

Tip 3: Do not do the interview close to a wall, not in too little / too much light and make sure you do not have much ambient noise!

Do it: Point the camera so we look in your office / room, for example . This ensures depth and is more beautiful. Make sure your surroundings look neat and tidy. Make sure you are well-exposed. The best is daylight, artificial light is quickly cold and ugly. So sit near a window and make sure that it illuminates your face. Make sure you are well understood.  If necessary, make a 2nd recording of only your voice, recorded with your smartphone close to you. This often works well, if there is no wind or too much ambient noise.

Note: I use copyright-free music. This means you can post your video on every website and social media withour the rist of copyright claims. Do you need subtitles for your film? (Dutch of English) Please note this with your request.


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