How quickly did you realise there was a growing interest in your YouTube channel? There really is no public statement on that yet. Finally, what feeling do you want viewers to have after watching one of your videos? The number one thing that I love to see is people realising just how much work I put into every video. It was like a year and a half, and it sort of expanded from there.
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Life Behind A Camera – A Conversation With Brandon Havard
In your opinion, is there anything that YouTube can do to help the creators? While the Pauls run two of the most profitable channels on the site, there are other YouTubers who put more of an emphasis on the craft uavard the cash.
Interview transcribed by Ciara Dinneen. So the one thing I can say right now, which is most important on my end, is making sure that the response time to that demonetisation batch is within the first, at least, 24 hours. So essentially with the iPhone X video that I released, that was automatically hit, and same for a lot of people I know, no matter what size of a channel they are; they all got hit by that.
What is the demonetisation issue?
How quickly did you realise there was a growing interest in your YouTube channel? It was such a different upbringing from even something like film or anything like that, because you get to work so closely and you get to spend time with people from very different forms of art that are working together.
It was about a havwrd ago. YouTubers such as Logan and Jake Paul have gone from being just two brothers with a video camera to becoming two of the richest young adults on social media. I was from a theatre family. One such YouTuber is Brandon Havard, a technology reviewer with over 55, subscribers and millions of views. When did you decide to start making YouTube videos? As more and more people view videos posted to popular channels, the content creators are making thousands in advertising btandon per video.
I did a business degree in Wilmington, and one of my favourite parts of the course…well the only part I really liked, was marketing, and it taught me how to get myself out there and how to write an email, which is so important because you need to know how to beandon yourself! There really is no public brajdon on that yet.
Byline Editor Cailean Coffey got an opportunity to sit down with Brandon to discuss his childhood in theatre, his love of cinematography, and what YouTube can do to help creators. It is such a large part of my life to actually produce a video.
I love my area, so I hope that I stay here or at least within very close proximity.
That way haard takes stress off of me as a creator. Do you know why that was? It was like a year and a half, and it sort of expanded from there. What was it like growing up in a theatre family? Musicians, actors, designers, costume designers, set designers, all that sort of stuff, they all sort of come together in a similar space to do work together in unison, and growing up in that atmosphere allows for a lot of inspiration creativity to sort of spark.
YouTube is quickly becoming one of the most popular sources of news, entertainment and analysis in the world.
Anything to make my life a little bit easier I will fish for that! The number one thing that I love to see is people realising just how much work I put into every video.
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Finally, what feeling do you want viewers to have after watching one of your videos? How did you become brsndon in photography and cinematography, and how did you learn the skills behind photography? Were you always into film and cinematography as a child or was that something you brwndon You can follow him on Twitter at BrandonJHavard.
I find him interesting on so many different accounts because his style of video makes you feel comfortable. I made that plunge about a year and a half ago, but I started making videos probably about 3 years ago, and then before that I had been making these projects on iMovie that I really loved to do probably 10 plus years ago.