Thursday, March 7, 2013

How to make money with amazon affiliate program without a website

Today I’m really excited to share my experience with amazon affiliate program..


You might have heard people earning money online, and you ask yourself, whether it’s possible? then I’ll say yes!

3 Type of source of income are there online.. 1) Freelancing 2) Advertising 3) Affiliate Marketing but I’m not going to talk about all of them, just a small focus on amazon affiliate marketing.

Amazon affiliate program comes under affiliate marketing where you earn commission after successfully selling an item listed in their site. You basically, recommend a product to your readers, viewers or whatever.. and receive a certain percent of commission out of it.

Personally speaking.. this post is written for my friend who asked me to share my secret of earning money from amazon. So, I must say.. there is no big secret, but just moving with time and online available resource.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Indiatimes Shopping Bad Experience

I'm an active online buyer & i believe e-commerce sites are one of the best thing on internet, as it allows to purchase products sitting at one place. But in the same time when it comes to online shopping, i'm bit conscious.

Right from past years i'm expressing my online shopping experiences with the popular online brands like Homeshop18,FlipkartBeam Fibers  & even wrote about my bad experience with them and got it solved. So, here's my bad experience with Inditimes shooping.

On 12-12-12, the great online shopping festival attracted me to set an order at this site with a great deal. We purchased Enamelware Induction friendly cookware set (for my mom). & received it hours ago. It claims it to be the most finest. So i want you to have a watch on it Unboxing.

So this time i made a video instead of writing....

Friday, August 17, 2012

Blogs are Pure and must have True Story

Experience based blog
You might have saw that i rarely update this blog.. There are some reason behind it. First of all i don't want my blog space look lame & impure. I'm a choosy kind of guy and i love to write only when something actually happens to me. You might have read about my experiences with the top most brands like Flipkart, Homeshop18, MTV Roadies and Beam Cable. These posts are all based on my experiences and involves much of my personal touch.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Fireworks Videography Tips

Diwali is one of the best time for videographers to capture the brightest man-made bursting stars in the sky. It's the moment to capture the night of colorful light. This post is all about how you can capture the fireworks in a manner that it dissolves into the viewers' mind.

First point is Location - you need to grab a good location from where you can videograph the whole events interestingly. If possible scan out the location in advance so that you get a good plan ahead before shooting. You can actually check out the position where the crowd will gather, the well structured buildings, colorful painted walls near by, etc.. these will work as a ready-made set for you.
If you're in a urban place, then try to grab some skylines for a wonderful overview of the bursting lights in the open sky. And if you're in a place where you can get a good natural scenes then it's really great- try to include maximum of nature taste like mountain, trees, leaves, etc to add up some feel in it.

Stable your frame - This point is quite important in videographing the fireworks. Always keep your frame stabilized to a position & never chase the fastest movement of the lights. You're not there to capture every movents of it, you're actually there to capture the best part. So, make your lens fixed to one interesting angle & let the fireworks move around - just don't care if goes out of your frame. 
You can put your camera in smooth & stabilized motion with a monopod or tripod. Camera Stability is important beacuse the viewers don't like to watch shaky videos as it creates a huge distraction & may get their eyes tired.

High Frame Rate - Try to capture some of the movements in high frame rate like 60, 120 or higher. The higher the frame rate the slower movement of the quick moving fireworks, which makes the situation quite defining.

Get Some Reactions - In such a colorful night, people will surely have some interesting reaction, so try to capture them too. Let your viewers' know that there were people experiencing the beauty of the sky & how's their reaction that time..
Capture their smiles, mouth agapes, giggling, dance and anything from different angles to make the video lively & fun viewing.

Aperture - Play with the focus and highlight some important objects making the background blur. Focus on something like a person weaving his/her hand in the air and in background is the sky with blurry bursting lights.

ISO - Keep the ISO low as possible while shooting the fireworks to avoid the noisy grains. As the light available will be huge so you don't need the high light sensitivity at that time.

Get some Lenses - if your camera supports interchangible lens then it's recommended to get some closer shots of the action & even you can use the wide angle lens to capture the crowd very well.
Make Timelapse - The breathe taking fireworks show lasts for hours, so you don't have to create hours of video. You can do Timelapse to make the video faster & interesting. 

And Ofcourse Safety, while taking the fireworks video you should maintain a distance because it can be quite dangerous. So, be careful while taking the closer shots.

I hope, you enjoyed this article filled with the information of Firework Videography. If you've any question or points to include, then kindly add it in the below comment.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

A Scary lady of a Hotel Room [Video Story]

Months ago, I’ve received this scary story through sms & I was really impressed by the way it’s narrated. If you go through the story carefully, It’ll surely strike your mind in the end.

I always wanted to make a video out of it, so yesterday I created one. Enjoy! and let me know how’s it…

It’s a story of a photographer who stayed in an oldest hotel in London & encountered by a lady ghost.