In June 2017, I took Food Blogger Pro’s recipe video Bootcamp. The course was addictive to follow and eventually convinced me to create my first recipe video ever. They made it look so easy! Well…now in 2018, that same video is nearly at 10 Million views, and it literally changed my life.Aaron, FatForWeightLoss
Recipe videos are huge these days, and they’re a great way to build engagement on social media and add extra value to the recipes on your site. These Food Blogger Pro resources will teach you how to make, edit, and share recipe videos with your audience:
In Food Blogger Pro, a course is a collection of short videos that explains important concepts. Our goal with courses is to present information in simple, bite-sized portions so you can go through at your own pace. The courses we’ve outlined below will teach you everything you need to know about creating your own recipe videos.
A lot of work goes into producing your own recipe videos…and these courses take you through the entire process, from start to finish! These courses cover the equipment you need, the best camera settings, the planning process, the shooting process, and the editing process to give you a comprehensive view into the wonderful world of recipe videos.
This course is a replay of our Recipe Video Bootcamp event. It’s a unique course because it teaches you how to shoot and edit recipe videos with your phone, as well as with a DSLR.
Let’s level-up those recipe videos, shall we? In this course, we focus on the gear we use for Pinch of Yum’s recipe videos, as well as our top 10 tips for adding a little something ✨extra ✨ to your recipe videos.
Did you know you can upload recipe videos to Pinterest? It’s true! In this mini course, you’ll learn how to upload a video, pick a cover image, and add a destination URL for your video pin.
We host member-only Live Q&As every month, and they’re some of our favorite days of the month! They give members a chance to ask their questions to Bjork, Lindsay, an industry expert, or someone from the FBP team, and they can get their answer live. All past Q&A replays are available for Food Blogger Pro members, and this is one of our favorites about video:
Our members grilled Pinch of Yum’s Video Specialist, Alana in this member-only Q&A! They asked her questions about formatting your recipe videos for different social media platforms, adding subtitles to your videos, gear, and more.
The Community Forum is the “bread and butter” of Food Blogger Pro, and that’s because it’s where all of our members go to connect, collaborate, and troubleshoot together. Below are some of our favorite threads where members discuss recipe videos.
When you’re shooting an overhead video, steam coming up from your cooktop can be problematic. Learn what Food Blogger Pro members do to combat the steam.
Where can you find music for your recipe videos? Check out this thread for some of our members’ favorite royalty-free music sites.
Are you planning on shooting recipe videos with artificial lights? This thread is full of artificial lighting recommendations from our FBP members.
Did you know we have a free, public podcast called “The Food Blogger Pro Podcast”? It’s true! You can follow along and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcasting app. Here are some of our favorite episodes about creating recipe videos.
Emily is Pinch of Yum’s current Video Specialist, and she’s answering a ton of recipe video-related questions in this episode of the podcast. She talks about shooting recipe videos solo, what hooks are and why they’re important, how to find your video style, and how video ads work.
Sharing your recipe videos on YouTube may seem simple, but there are certain strategic decisions that can help you build a following and generate traffic from YouTube. In this episode, Tim talks about monetizing a YouTube channel, the characteristics of successful YouTube accounts, how YouTube prioritizes videos, and why YouTube is so different from other social platforms.