I Need To Get More Active on YouTube
I have had a YouTube account for many years, but have rarely uploaded videos. In the beginning, there were just a few videos of my bulldog. Over the last couple years, I started uploading some art videos that were shot entirely with my iPhone. As you can see from the image, at the time that I am writing this post, I only have a measly 3 subscribers.
Late last year, I bought a nice mirrorless camera for vacation pictures, and then intended to use it to record better video for content on YouTube. While I have used the camera quite a bit after I got back from vacation, mainly for my new enjoyment with street photography, I haven't recorded any more art videos. There are a few reasons for that, of which I won't go into detail with here, but I will eventually get around to recording more art videos.
I would like to start making a little bit of money with my YouTube content, but I doubt that it would happen with any of my art videos. Therefore, I am planning on creating another brand that is not related to art. That brand will probably be different adventures that I get myself into.
Have you heard of magnet fishing? I have never done it, but it looks like something I would enjoy. It involves throwing or dropping a very strong magnet (attached to a strong, durable rope) into the water and pulling up water metal objects are hidden on the floor of that body of water. Not only is it fun to see what kind of strange stuff is pulled up, but it is good for the environment by cleaning the water of harmful metals. There are many options to choose from on Amazon, but the one I am thinking getting is this one: https://amzn.to/2wcaJRy
I also want to do a little bit of traveling around to some smaller and less-visited cities and document some of the things that I find interesting in those small towns and villages. I will start off mostly with areas within a few hours of St. Petersburg, Florida.
I am not eligible for a custom address on YouTube yet, but I think this might be the link to get to my page: Troy Thomas. Stop by and subscribe!
Thanks for reading this post. Have a great and artful day!