Is your camera full of holiday footage? Are your GoPro camera cards stuck in a drawer? Are your Travel Videos on a Hard Drive and in the back of the cupboard, or left on the shelf? Organising your videos ready to edit one of those things you’re always going to do ‘some time’. With so many of us stuck inside and looking for things to do, this is the perfect time to get it done.
Sometimes the best-laid travel plans can still run into the unexpected. Missed flights or transport plans, visa problems, or simply finding that the place you’ve chosen to visit isn’t quite as welcoming as you’d expected. What can you do when your videos are full of unexpected dramas?
Off on a travel adventure with your video camera in hand? Follow our guide to get the best results from your holiday footage, regardless of your video skills. Here are our top 10 tips for shooting documentary-style travel videos.
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With its unique wildlife, the Galapagos Islands makes for some beautiful video content. Tony from Sydney had two amazing videos for us to edit, this is the second one, a documentary-style video of the Galapagos Islands.
We’re often told that while our videos look great, there’s no way to know how they looked before we edited the footage, so here’s an example. This short version of our Myanmar Balloon Ride video gives you a short glimpse of the original footage before editing.