New Videos On My Photography YouTube Channel

There are weekly videos now appearing on my photography YouTube Channel for which I am getting some really nice feedback.

Here are links to a couple of my recent videos.

10 Travel Photography Blog Tips Helping Make My Blogs Better - And check out my funky shirt!!

10 Travel Photography Blog Tips Helping Make My Blogs Better - And check out my funky shirt!!

Very Quick Photography Tips - 105 Things Worth Knowing - One Line Photography Tips

Very Quick Photography Tips - 105 Things Worth Knowing - One Line Photography Tips

JPEG Explained In Plain English - The video that goes with my blog post

JPEG Explained In Plain English - The video that goes with my blog post

JPEG Explained In Plain English - The video that goes with my blog post

I am now producing videos to accmpnay my weekly photography blog posts. Coming up in the next couple of weeks are the following.

  • 15 Practical Tips To Help You Work Faster In Lightroom Classic - 12 Years Of Knowledge in 1 video

  • What Is Photography? 15 Fundamental Questions Answered - Sort Of!

  • 15 Really Useful Tips To Help You Take Better Photos - Now This Is Good Stuff!!

I hope that you find these videos interesting and helpful - if you do please subscribe to my YouTube Channel.

Rick McEvoy Photography - photographer, writer, website creator and now video producer!!

And how do I organise the videos I want to publish on my YouTube Channel?

This is a classic case of overthinking something. How do I organise the videos I want to publish on my YouTube Channel?

I have published videos to my YouTube channel over the last couple of years. And I want to get everything up there over the next couple of weeks to clear the decks for what I am planning this spring.

And what has been stopping me from doing this? 

How do I work out what has been published, and how do I organise this? 

And today I was sat staring at my camera roll on my iPad Pro and realised just how simple this was to do.

Add all the videos to a new folder, upload them then remove them from the folder.

If I think i have uploaded any all I need to do is check. And of course I could go through them on my iPad when back in the office and remove the ones that have been published. 

Simple

Why did it take me so long to come up with this ever so simple plan? 

I wish I knew. 

And I am going to see what impact this has on the views I receive.

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Here is a screen shot of the YouTube app with the stats for the last 30 days, showing a steady decline in views since my last batch of adding/ updating/ optimising

Rick McEvoy Photography