Flair Bartenders love to share videos of their skills, and rightly so, Flair Bartending is a very visual and dynamic art and there are few ways more effective to communicate it than with video. However, all too often the videos are shaky bedroom footage on the lowest quality setting with either background music recorded through a low quality mic or simply the sound of bottle on tin.

On the show

In this week’s podcast we look at how to film on a budget using items you already have, such as smartphones while keeping the quality of the video as high as possible while taking a look at the new Bartender HQ (work in progress) studio.

If you have any questions please feel free to email or tweet me, and I’ll do my best to help!

Learn Flair

Also on this show, how to learn the Stall – catching a bottle on the back of your hand!

 

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