Wondering if you'd be a good fit as a Vidsy creator? We've compiled a list of cats who fit the bill perfectly, so you can look to them for inspiration!
Here are 7 we'd love to have on board...
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1. These sleepy cats, who know how to work with lighting
Look at them. What cinematographers. We all wish we could capture the light so well. When it comes to Vidsy videos, good lighting and a clean look go a long way.
2. This poor cat, who we can all relate to
This cat is us. We are this cat. He knows how to speak to our inner selves. He is relatable, so we love him. Make relatable video like this cat, and we'll love your content too.
3. This cheeky cat, who knows how to have a laugh
This cat is a joker. He knows how to have a good time. This is no slapstick humor, this is a witty cat prank. What a comedian. Try adding a joke into your videos to keep us entertained!
4. These chill cats, who understand everything is cooler with friends
You can't always do it alone. That's why this sunglasses cat has his friend with him, to help him out. To collaborate on mice-hunting strategies or wing-cat him when the lady cats come around. Collaborating with other creatives is a great way to come up with new ideas and get actors for your videos!
5. This persuasive cat, who knows how to tell a story
Captions add context. This cat gets it. He's not just waving his adorable little paws around, he's got a message to send. Think about context when you're brainstorming ideas. What caption would go with your video? How could that caption make it better?
6. This musical cat, who wants to please our ears
This suave kitty knows we don't just want to see him, we want to hear him too! Consider the audio you use in your videos. Good sound effects can add drama, comedy, or action to your videos!
7. This serious cat, who's really concentrating on the details.
This cat is in super-editing mode. He's inches from the computer screen and hasn't eaten in 5 hours. He's making sure everything looks perfect before he sends his video off. Pay attention to the details in your video. Keep trash and extra items out of your shots, and make sure we can't see any logos (unless it's the brand's!).