If you are a traveling enthusiast, which you probably are if you are reading this, and you are looking for out of the box ways to step up your travel video game you are in the right place. In this post, we’re going to look at a bunch of things you can start implementing right now to make your travel videos look simply awesome. It doesn’t require money or investment in extra gear, these are just small things that you can do to make your footage look better.
Here we go.
Plan your travel video
First and foremost you need to have a clear image in your mind about how you would want your final travel video montage to look like. You need to pick a style or a theme and stick with it. That’s going to help you later on when you’re out filming.
This way you’re going to know which scenes would work well in your travel video and which would not, what angles to use, how to move the camera and so on and so forth. Picking a theme is an absolute must, otherwise, your final travel video will look like a bunch of clips put together which don’t seem to have anything in common and simply don’t work well together.
Maybe you are after an upbeat, high-paced video which captures the rush and the vibe of a big city, or maybe you want to create one of those cinematic videos where you have a lot of slow-motion going on and lots of landscape scenes.
You need to think of it as you would tell a story, which leads us to the next tip.
Traveling internationally is something people spend their whole lives dreaming of and sometimes never achieve.
Either the plane tickets are too expensive, they can’t find a suitable place to stay or they never get the courage to just spend the money and finally go. Traveling abroad can be expensive and a bit intimidating, but you don’t have to let it be that way.
Like with anything else, you’ll be less intimidated by the idea of something after you jump into it and get going.
When it comes to money, there’s always a way to earn a little extra cash. When you’re visiting a new town or even a new country, you’ll have to think outside the box to see how many ways you can make some extra money to make traveling a little easier and a lot more fun.
For anyone traveling to France soon, there are great ways you can earn money while you’re there. Some of them don’t even require you to speak French, so don’t sweat it if you don’t already know the language.
Just look at your budget and figure out how much money you need to earn, and then start looking into what options there are for you to have the trip of your dreams.
Raising funds for your travel can be a unique experience. Typically, when people contribute to crowdfunding campaigns, they get to experience the final product or service for themselves. In this case, you need to convince people to give donations for your trip.
Here are 5 things you can do if your crowdfunding campaign isn’t working as expected, or you want to re-launch it a second time.
Get Local Media Coverage
Reach out to local media news outlets who cover travel and crowdfunding, and pitch them your story. Ensure that it is relevant to their target audience.
Pitch a story that compels them to be a part of your journey by backing it. For example, on your trip, if you’re visiting a monastery for inner peace, talk about your travel from that perspective.
The key to get their attention is to turn your travel into a cause. Make them see how they get to be a part of something that changes people’s lives.
When I think back to last year’s trip to the mountains, I wonder how I got through my time on such a shoestring budget. Most years when I travel to the snow, my budget is not enormous, but I still manage somehow. This made me think, how much money does a person really need for a ski trip? What can people do to save costs? I think it’s all about planning. I’m going to share with you some great planning tips and tricks for hitting the slopes on a college budget.
Travel with a Crew
This is undoubtedly one of the most effective ways to save. Traveling in a group and splitting expenses always saves me plenty of coin. Accommodation, food, drinks, transport and anything else you can think of. I often plan a trip with close friends or meet some college friends there; I always try to split expenses. One year I even met up with a friend of a friend. Always try to make connections that can save you money. Each time I have been introduced to a new friend, it’s made my trip more fun and saved me money. Continue reading
While most people love the idea of traveling, their finances don’t always seem to agree with their travel dreams. This is exactly why it’s so important to be an informed traveler, so you know the very best ways and places to find the cheapest holiday accommodation deals online. In fact, you may be able to save enough money that you can afford to also book a second holiday.
Here are some tips you can start using right now, so you can enjoy the savings.
Don’t Write Off Business Hotels
One of the first tips is that you shouldn’t automatically write off business hotels. Sure you may be traveling for pleasure, but did you know that business hotels often offer special deals and promotions during summer months? This tends to be the slowest months for business travel, so the hotels look to appeal to other travelers instead in hopes of still booking up.