We hope that after watching this series, viewers will be able to confidently create a travel video, even if they are new to shooting and editing videos.
VANCOUVER, BC (PRWEB) June 08, 2017
Travel vlogs are becoming as popular as photos for showing off one’s travel adventures. However, the idea of filming might intimidate many travelers as it seems to require a lot of time, work and videography skills. To help travelers of all skill levels relive and share their memorable moments on the road, filmora.io, a YouTube creator community, has released a free video tutorial series on how to shoot travel videos.
Teaming up with filmmaker and travel vlogger Justin Brunelle of MILE30 Adventures, filmora.io shares practical tips from how to get comfortable in front of the camera to capturing quality audio to mounting a GoPro for unique points of views. The 18 episode series covers everything travelers need to know about filming their trips, whether it’s their first travel video or they are aspiring to be the next big travel vlogger.
“We hope that after watching this series, viewers will be able to confidently create a travel video, even if they are new to shooting and editing videos,” said Erica Lam, community manager of filmora.io. “Justin traveled from Alberta to British Columbia to host film this series, so it’s not only a tutorial, but also a travel video itself. He explored places like Stanley Park in Vancouver, one of Canada’s largest urban parks, Norvan Falls, a spectacular waterfall hike in North Vancouver and bungee jumped 160 feet in Whistler over the Cheakamus River.”
The Travel Series has 18 videos and covers topics including:
· How to vlog and act in front of camera
· What to pack: how to choose a backpack, the best camera for travel, other must-have items for the trip.
· How to make the video more engaging by using different angles, camera movements and B roll
· How to shoot time lapse videos and hyperlapse videos
· How to shoot videos using a GoPro and a smartphone
· How to capture good footage when the conditions are not ideal: recording quality audio outside and shooting in low light
· Tips on getting paid to travel and getting brand sponsorship
The entire series is available on filmora.io: https://www.filmora.io/video-tutorials/-watch-the-travel-series-90.html
YouTube data shows that people are spending more time watching travel-related content online. But in order to share the adventure with peer travelers, one need to stop procrastinating and start shooting. Whether travelers are sharing the trip with the world or just with their family, filmora.io believes that videos bring life to their experience and inspire others to keep exploring the world.
About filmora.io: Launched in early 2017, filmora.io is a new online YouTube creator community from the makers of Filmora video editor. In order to help creators make better videos and grow their channels, filmora.io provides valuable content and resources including how-to video tutorials, handy video tips, YouTube news and trends. filmora.io also offers a forum where creators can connect with each other and support one another to reach their YouTube goals. Website: https://www.filmora.io/ Twitter: @filmoraio