I have been asked by a lot of business professionals recently for some advice about video conferencing and recording videos with their smartphones. I put everything together in this The Ultimate Guide to Smartphone and Webcam Accessories

It starts by using what you have and learning how to look and sound as good as possible.

Smartphone Accessories Guide

My goal with this guide was to choose only the accessories you need on a budget. There are thousands of options. If you need something different or more advanced, you can set up a coaching call with me.

I have broken this guide into two parts. The first is if you are going to record on your smartphone. The second is if you are using a webcam. I have made a video about both topics.

This post is no sponsored by any of these companies but the links below are affiliate links by purchasing from one of these links it will help us make more free content.





Smartphone Lens

Moment Tele Portrait Lens https://amzn.to/2Qq03q3

Lens case – the lens will not work without a case that is made for the lens. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=moment&tag=millerfarm04-20&ref=as_li_qf_sp_sr_tl

Webcam Accessories Guide





If you need help deciding what to purchase or how to set everything up, you can book a consulting call with me: https://millerfarmmedia.com/service/video-marketing-coaching-and-consulting/

If you want someone to do the strategy, recording, and edit, try our remote directed video services: https://millerfarmmedia.com/service/remote-directed-video-production/

You might be tempted to not use video but there is a powerful connection you build with someone when you can see their face. Being able to see each other also helps people stay focused.

Don’t get lost in the equipment. Just get started. Simple is better.

Make sure the camera isn’t looking up your nose. But if you refuse to listen to this tip I recommend this trimmer from Philips Norelco https://amzn.to/2xX6OJQ Camera elevation is your friend. Get the camera a little higher than your eye line to make the image look a little more flattering. Pay attention to your background. Put something behind you besides a blank wall. The little things you do will make you look more professional. Make sure to look at the camera because it will make people feel like you are looking at them. Finally, make sure to test everything before you go live.

Bonus video with some tips for how to look good on camera and what to do with your hands: