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Tips in Starting a Motorsports Channel

If a motor crossing is already a dream profession, hobby or job then wait till you actually post videos of motorsports straight to your Youtube channel and make really a lot of money.

Besides having the best job in the world—How else would you describe getting to spend your days in the engine and chassis shops of some of the smartest people in racing and getting them to share what they know?—well, today let us know how you can make youtube videos a hobby too.

The Horsepower Monster YouTube channel or ytools has developed a following of twenty-thousand subscribers and, through YouTube’s revenue sharing program, brings in enough money each month to treat my wife to dinner, or, more realistically, buy a few car parts. That’s why it is better to do motorsports and video blogging at the same time. Although this might be sound a bit complex, then let us do some help to you.

Prepare the Equipment 

If you want quality content videos uploaded straight to your account then you needed to ensure that you have good video shooting equipment with you. It is never really necessary to buy that expensive equipment because you also need to start somewhere. You can just start by using your mobile phone to shoot and then, later on, invest in more efficient video blogging equipment.

Shoot in High-speed Mode

Setting your camera to the fastest shooting mode allows you to capture all the events happening. Most introductory DSLR’s offer a minimum of three frames per second. But if like myself you wish to capture things slightly faster, I would suggest looking into the semi-pro ranges which offer seven or even ten FPS.

Make sure you buy a fast memory card with a high write speed to go with your camera as often the photos cannot be written to the card quickly enough.

Learn How to Pan

Panning refers to the horizontal movement or rotation of your camera. The idea is that you follow your subject and then you capture the shot in order to freeze the action while the background will be blurred creating the illusion of movement.

Panning is used for side shots of all types of vehicles and is one of the most important techniques to learn when dealing with motorsport photography.