When asked most successful YouTubers will credit their success to consistency. When I launched our YouTube channel I wanted to make sure I could make videos on a consistent basis so in order to do that I set up a home YouTube studio where I could film at any time. I had never set up a studio before so I really didn’t know where to begin. I obviously watched a lot of YouTube videos but also followed my instinct a lot. I decided to vlog the whole experience so you could see what goes into setting up a home YouTube studio.
The whole process took 3 months and cost around $500. In this vlog I document the process from start to finish and share all the equipment purchased and rented from the camera, lights, tripod, microphone and even down to the SD Card I purchased.
We are going to be doing a whole series of posts about the home YouTube which you can read including:
- Why you should rent your first YouTube Studio Camera
- Why I picked the Canon 70D as YouTube Studio Camera
- Cheap lighting for YouTube under $100
For all posts related to setting up a home YouTube studio check out the Home YouTube Studio page.
There will be new videos on our YouTube Channel every Monday, Wednesday and Friday so subscribe to be notified when a new video is uploaded. Next up on our channel will be a review of Windows Movie Maker which I used to make vlog 1.