I know how important it is to make content that looks good and keeps people interested and entertained. The way your vlogs look can make or break how many people watch them, so it’s important to work hard to make them look professional and clean. In this blog post, I’ll give you a few suggestions based on my own experience and study on how to make your vlogs look better.

1. Lighting is Key: The Importance of Proper Lighting in Your Vlogs

Lighting is one of the most important things you can do to make your vlogs look good. Getting the lighting right can make a big difference in how your vlogs look and feel as a whole. The best way to get good lighting is to let in light from outside. Try making the movie near a window or outside during the day.

If you have to film inside, buy good lighting tools like ring lights or softbox lights. Make sure the lights are set up so that they look good on your face and don’t make any harsh shadows.

2. Framing Your Shots: How to Frame Your Shots for Maximum Impact

Framing your shots is another important part of making your vlogs look good. This means that you should set up your camera so that it gets the best angles and views. If you’re going to shot yourself, make sure the camera is at eye level or slightly above for a better shot.

Use the rule of thirds to frame your shots. This means splitting your frame into thirds both horizontally and vertically and putting your subject at the intersections. This will make the design more interesting to look at.

3. Camera Settings and Equipment: Choosing the Right Camera Settings and Equipment for Your Vlogs

Choosing the right camera settings and tools is important if you want your vlogs to look good. Invest in a good camera that can take high-definition visuals, like a DSLR or compact camera. Make sure to change your camera’s settings, like ISO, aperture, and shutter speed, to fit the light. This will make sure that your footage has the right amount of light and doesn’t look grainy or fuzzy.


4. Editing Your Footage: Tips and Tricks for Editing Your Vlogs

It’s just as important to edit your footage as it is to shoot it. Use good tools for editing videos, like Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro, to make your footage look more polished. Cut out any extra footage, add music or sound effects to make the whole thing better, and use color grading to give all of your vlogs the same look and feel.

5. Using B-Roll Footage: The Importance of Using B-Roll Footage in Your Vlogs

B-roll video is extra footage that is added to the main footage to make it better. Adding b-roll footage to your vlogs can make them more interesting to look at and give you a break from talking to the camera. Film what’s going on around you, close-ups of things that have something to do with your topic, or yourself doing something that has something to do with your blog. This will make your vlogs look better and be more interesting to watch.

Read more here: Importance of B-Roll in Vlogs

6. Sound Quality: Improving Your Sound Quality for Better Viewer Experience

When you want to make your vlogs more interesting, sound quality is just as important as how they look. Use a good microphone to record audio that is clear and crisp. If you’re filming outside or somewhere with a lot of noise, you might want to use a windscreen or a noise-cancelling tool on your microphone to cut down on background noise.

Make sure to test your audio levels before you start shooting and make any necessary changes to keep from getting feedback or distortion.

7. Adding Visual Effects: Adding Visual Effects to Enhance Your Vlogs

By adding visual effects to your vlogs, you can take them to the next level and make them more interesting to look at. Use transitions, text overlays, and animations to make your film more interesting and unique.

But use them rarely and only when they add something to what you’re writing. Using too many visual effects can take away from your message and make your vlogs look like they were made by a beginner.


You need both technical skills and imagination to make your vlogs more visually appealing. By using the tips and tricks in this guide, you can make your vlogs look better and keep people interested and entertained. To make your vlogs stand out, pay attention to lighting, framing, camera settings, editing, b-roll footage, sound quality, and adding visual effects.

Brett J.

I'm an enthusiastic American solo traveler. Since childhood, I had a great interest and passion for filmmaking; that's why I chose media sciences as a career and started Vlogging as a full-time profession.

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