Since many of us are spending most of our time at home at the moment, I thought I’d share this great video from the dPS founder, Darren Rowse, on how to do live streaming and YouTube videos from your own home as a way to reach your audience and promote your photography.
He shares his complete live streaming setup, which I have listed below so that you can see if you have some of this gear already. Of course, you can replace some of this gear with the equipment you already have too. Most DSLR and mirrorless cameras do video nowadays.
The great thing about this video is that Darren shows us how this equipment all works together too, which is perfect to see what parts may or may not suit your needs.
Want to do some photography videos for youtube, or post-processing videos? This could be an ideal setup for you too.
Livestreaming gear setup:
- Sony A7 III – https://geni.us/BM6gBHA
- Sony 28mm f/2 lens – https://geni.us/sony282
- Sony 55mm f/1.8 Lens – https://geni.us/sony5018
- Sony A6400 – https://geni.us/udaP
- Sony 16mm f1.4mm – https://geni.us/qLanFq
- Rode PodMic – https://geni.us/rodepodmic
- Rode Podcaster (USB) – https://geni.us/rodepodcasterusb
- RodeCaster Pro – https://geni.us/rodecasterpropb
- Shure SM58 – https://geni.us/shuresm58mic
- Neewer 480 LED Lights – https://geni.us/neewer480led
- Softbox for Neewer 480 – https://geni.us/neewersoftbox
- LEDGO LG-B150 – https://geni.us/ledgo
- Manfrotto magic arm – https://geni.us/mfmagic
- Manfrotto superclamp – https://geni.us/mfsc
- Ecamm Live – https://geni.us/ecamm
- Elgato Camlink – https://geni.us/camlinkpb
Do you have a setup that you use already and would like to share with us? Please do so in the comments section!