Share your latest film project/travel video
As a relative newbie to shooting/editing I’d love to use this thread to share our latest video projects and to give/get constructive feedback. I’ll start.
This is my latest edit from a trip to Hawaii last Feb. I’m really happy with the way it came out, but would love to see any other perspectives on it. Most of it was shot on a Sony a6000, 35mm f/1.8 and a GoPro Hero 3 for the water shots. Edited in Premiere Pro CC.
I share a video, A Cuban enjoys life in the Peña de Bernal, Querétaro. It’s a little story of a Cuban friend who gave us a climbing class for beginners. And shared his feelings. I am a beginner and I welcome feedback.
I used two cameras and a dron: Sony A7rII, with a lens 24-70mm f / 4, Nikon D610 nikkor lens 105mm 1: 2.8, nikkor 14-24mm 1: 2.8, nikkor 24-85mm 1: 3.5-4.5, and A drone phantom 3 professional. The edition in Premiere CC2017
My latest video ‘camping the world’s most densely populated city’
Positive and negative feedback are most welcome!
I’m not sure if this counts as a travel video- it’s a video about budget travel- but if anyone wants a look, it’s right here. 🙂
Great stuff guys. I´ve just been to Morroco for a little vanlife – mountainbike Roadtrip: https://vimeo.com/216142074 It´s more about the experience of traveling in an old Bully than about the destination itself, give me a shout what you think.
That’s my latest one: road trip to Iceland, South and West.
Overall I love it, but there’s something I would have filmed differently.it’s been filmed with a G80/85, 12-60 lens
It’s been filmed with a G80/85, 12-60 lens and edited with Fnal Cut Pro.
Comments are more than welcome!
Hello everyone. I have a list on my YouTube channel where I’m uploading every week one video about my trip around the west coast of USA.
You can click here to watch it.
The videos are in Spanish. I share tips, reviews and more useful things to help travelers to do the same.
I wish you enjoy it!
The link is this one:
I don’t know why in the first coment doesn’t appear.
I love Iceland.
If i had a critic it would be that some of the footage is a little jittery. There´s a very simple hack, that costs almost nothing and gives very nice camera movement as well, it basically mimics a monopod 😉 http://www.techhive.com/article/145582/article.html
Hope to go back to Iceland one day, the landscape is just breathtaking.