IWTYAL 197: How to make great travel videos

In today’s episode, Olly and Jan discuss how we make our travel videos. Use these tips to improve your own holiday films!

Episode Summary:

  • The importance of story
  • What do you talk about?
  • The “start of the day” process
  • Do you need a professional camera?
  • Recording good audio
  • How to edit the smart way

Equipment & Resources Mentioned:

Here’s the (very affordable) equipment we use to make all our videos:

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  • Luke Truman

    Hey guys, awesome video, thanks for the advice. Have you ever used the video editing software on youtube? I think it seems pretty good and its free. Also what advice would you have for vlogging with Iphone? I have heard always film landscape and using a selfie stick is good caus you can get more of the background in the shot and its not just a close up of your face.

    • Problem with YT is that you need a strong internet connection. We shot almost everything with iPhone. Using a selfie stick is good, but often I find you want to just whip out the phone and film something quickly. “Quick and easy” is important. I think our editing skills have improved a lot, and that helps to make the videos watchable.