You’ve got great travel footage, but now what? In this lesson we’ll look at how to put your video together effectively and tell a story.
Will you put together your video chronologically? Or will it be thematic? You want your travel video to grab the attention of your viewer and keep them interested. Keeping your video short is important—nobody wants to sit through hours of footage. If you have tons of great content, you might want to think about putting together a series of shorter videos, rather than one long one!
If you found this video useful, then check out the full course: How to Record Better Travel Videos. Learn how to record compelling travel videos that people will want to watch and share, maybe even buy. The course looks which camera to choose, how to compose shots, capturing audio and how use video for its strengths to tell a story.
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