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  • SubGenre:Television / Direction & Production
  • Language:English
  • Pages:140
  • eBook ISBN:9781667848587
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667848570

You Gotta See This!

Hidden Secrets To Making Unscripted Videos People Will Talk About

by Paul Steven Forrest

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Ready for some great news? There has never been a better time to create content than right now. There's a huge demand for talented and savvy creatives, like you, who can make unscripted videos for broadcast, streaming and social media. Ready for some not-so-great news? This space is crowded and the competition for clicks is intense. So unless your videos stand out from the crowd, your content probably won't connect with an audience and get lost in all the noise. If you want to learn how to...Elevate Your Content. Focus Your Hustle. Scale your income. Stand Out In Your Space. And Make Unscripted Videos People Will Talk About! This book is the place to start. 


There are a million YouTube videos available for learning technical skills, but those skills are meaningless if you don't know how to assemble a compelling story. "You Gotta See This!" doesn't just offer up Paul Steven Forrest's best tips and tricks for making better videos, but this book delivers practical direction and tested techniques for more effective storytelling through all visual formats. His passion for sharing his vast experience in unscripted filmmaking to help storytellers make an impact is evident in every word he shares. Take advantage of Paul's wealth of knowledge, wisdom and insights to elevate your content and get people saying, "You Gotta See This!" 

About the author
Paul Steven Forrest got his start working in an editing bay building promos for a television station in a top-ten market. He then took what he learned and started creating award-winning short and long-form projects for dozens of non-profit organizations. Along the way, he learned to write for television, find story focus, condense content, and move an audience. Valuable skills he wants to share with you. Every assignment taught him something new, helped him fill his creative toolkit with experiences, and develop a creative workflow he's only shared with a handful of people, until now.

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