Video can take your viewers to the heart of the action and make your audience feel like they're there themselves. It’s easier to record great travel videos than ever before, but few people really know how to capture video beyond hitting the record button.
Your footage should be as steady as possible. If you watch films and television shows, you’ll notice that the camera generally isn’t moving very much, if at all. Instead, professionals find ways to incorporate movement in the shot, for example, cars, and people walking within the frame. This creates energy and interest rather than it being more like a photograph
In this lesson you’ll learn how to use your body and environment when you’re shooting hand held. We’ll look at image stabilisation, when not to use zoom, and how to pan and tilt.
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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