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How To Make a TRAVEL VIDEO – 10 Tips you need to know

With your trip just ahead, it’s time to learn how to make a travel video with any camera. These are my top 10 tips to making a cinematic and engaging travel video of your upcoming adventures.

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Nov, 2017

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  1. Can you make a video who dont have drone, gimbal, expensive laptop to edit videos in premier pro and just a crop sensor camera, and phone like i have…. It will be very helpful. I lost job in covid and will try to earn by utube i know its difficult buy i've no other choice

  2. Gonna start travelling soon in about 5 months, In shaa Allah. Will try to look upto your tips and make a good vlogging channel with my friends. If we succeed on youtube we will surely collab with you some day! Thank you for the amazing tips. ❤

  3. Greetings from Bangladesh.
    Your videos are really wholesome, informative, inspiring, and most importantly eye-catchy.
    I'm also passionate about traveling and started a small YouTube Channel. Your support will be an inspiration for me.
    Also, I'll be happy if you come to visit "Bangladesh" for once. I will try to be there and happy to receive you.

  4. Something I am really curious about!!

    Are you present and enjoying these moments while traveling? Or are you always thinking how to get the best shots/moments/editing and always filming for your subscribers?

  5. The Quran was revealed in Arabic, but God promised to be its teacher (55:1-4) and the One to explain it (75:18-19). God told us in the verse (41:44) that language is irrelevant, and that only the sincere ones are going to understand the Quran irrespective of their language; while those who are not sincere or failed to worship Him alone will fail to understand it, even if they speak, read, and write Arabic (56:79).

    [Quran 55:0] In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
    [Quran 55:1] The Most Gracious.
    [Quran 55:2] Teacher of the Quran.
    [Quran 55:3] Creator of the human beings.
    [Quran 55:4] He taught them how to distinguish.

    [Quran 75:18] Once we recite it, you shall follow such a Quran.
    [Quran 75:19] Then it is We who will explain it.

    [Quran 41:44] If we made it a non-Arabic Quran they would have said, "Why did it come down in that language?" Whether it is Arabic or non-Arabic, say, "For those who believe, it is a guide and healing. As for those who disbelieve, they will be deaf and blind to it, as if they are being addressed from faraway."

    [Quran 56:79] None can grasp it except the sincere.

    Praise be to God !!

  6. This is incredible advice! I'm so grateful that I found you. I truly think this is what I love, only hard to believe it can when you didn't really know all the stuff you talked about haha.

    I just have one question, if anybody can answer it would really help me understand :

    For the transitions with slow-mo or fast motion, do you do it manually on the moment, or do you add it in your editing?

  7. #1 know your equipment
    #2 slow-mo vs. fast motion
    #3 challenge the angles
    #4 music is everything
    #5 stabilize footage
    #6 tell a story
    #7 move like a master
    #8 dance with the music
    #9 tell a story with color
    #10 use effects wisely

    wow, the details in each part of these tips are so helpful! thank you so much!!

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