How I Shot the YouTube Megahit

How I Shot the YouTube Megahit "All by Myself" on My iPhone and Why I'm Not Lonely Anymore

by Richard Dunn

NOOK Book(eBook)

$5.99

Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps.
WANT A NOOK?  Explore Now

Overview

This funny guide to shooting videos on your iPhone will inspire you to use your imagination and see the world in a different way.
Dunn provides a firsthand account of what it’s like go from unknown to Internet Celebrity overnight. With 20 million hits and an ever-growing number of fans,
Dunn traces the steps he took to create this remarkable video all the way to his final meeting with... CÉLINE DION!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781615932184
Publisher: Wiese, Michael Productions
Publication date: 08/15/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 156
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

As a freelance entertainment lighting designer for over 20 years, his work has given him the unique opportunity to understand what it is that audiences want and how to deliver a message that will be clearly received.
One of Richard’s videos reached viral status in June 2014, topping 20,000,000 views in 14 days. This video, “All by Myself,” sparked international interest in his process and his abilities. Richard has appeared on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Inside Edition, TMZ, Good Morning America, USA Today Online, Good Morning Australia, Swedish radio, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Paris TV, UK’s “Stars of the Internet,” in German print, the Los Angeles Times, and the list literally goes on and on and on.
Richard’s travel schedule takes him to 30+ destinations a year. With growing interest in his talents and perspective, Richard is currently booking speaking engagements for topics ranging from “How he did it” to challenging people to look beyond their surroundings and creating personal opportunity. His presentation speaks directly to all those wanting to be encouraged to use their creativity as a competitive advantage.
He views laughter as the currency of humanity and believes that making people laugh adds value to their lives.
Richard lives in Canton, Georgia, with his wife and daughter.
As a freelance entertainment lighting designer for over 20 years, his work has given him the unique opportunity to understand what it is that audiences want and how to deliver a message that will be clearly received. One of Richard’s videos reached viral status in June 2014, topping 20,000,000 views in 14 days. This video, “All by Myself,” sparked international interest in his process and his abilities. Richard has appeared on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Inside Edition, TMZ, Good Morning America, USA Today Online, Good Morning Australia, Swedish radio, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Paris TV, UK’s “Stars of the Internet,” in German print, the Los Angeles Times, and the list literally goes on and on and on. Richard’s travel schedule takes him to 30+ destinations a year. With growing interest in his talents and perspective, Richard is currently booking speaking engagements for topics ranging from “How he did it” to challenging people to look beyond their surroundings and creating personal opportunity. His presentation speaks directly to all those wanting to be encouraged to use their creativity as a competitive advantage. He views laughter as the currency of humanity and believes that making people laugh adds value to their lives. Richard lives in Canton, Georgia, with his wife and daughter.

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
What Gets Shot in Vegas Doesn’t Stay in Vegas: An Introduction to My Lonely Guy Adventure
Chapter 1 Who Is This Lonely Guy, and How Did I Get 20,000,000 Hits?
Chapter 2 There’s Gold in Them Thar Layovers: Spotting Extraordinary Material All Around You
Chapter 3 Make Mine a Video: Choosing the Best Form to Work In
Chapter 4 The Airport Orson Welles: “All by Myself” from Inception to Finished Video
Chapter 5 Viral Is the New Black: Great Outcomes You Can’t Plan For (Or Can You?)
Chapter 6: And Now I’m Not Lonely Anymore: My Fateful Meeting with Céline Dion
It Takes More Than an iPhone: Acknowledgments
What’s Next for the Lonely Airport Guy: About the Author

Customer Reviews