How to Make a Travel Video Posted on May 31, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property travel travel vlog vacation Video 44 thoughts on “How to Make a Travel Video” If anyone could help me i'd be incredibly grateful, I'd like to wish i'm lucky enough to hear some feedback from DSLRguide as well but i'd be more dead thankful for feedback from anyone who is interested in filmmaking and travel, so I just made my second travel video and was wondering if anyone would be interested giving me some feedback on it, because I made one for fun when I travelled to Australia a while back and after making this second one it seemed to be getting a lot of positive comments some people even say I should do it for a living which seems crazy but that would be a dream and i'd absolutely consider making more if it's something I might actually be good at if I practiced, so it would be great to hear what other filmmakers think of the video! It's a Cinematic style video I shot in Cancun Mexico during springbreak!Reply I comment this video very late but man, thank you so much for all this. It feels good to see something simple rather than all those tutorials on transitions, colorgrading or how to make your footage epic (rather than real). I learned a lot more in seven minutes. Thanks again.Reply Hi,I made my holiday movie by following this tutorial. Could you check it out and give me some hints/tips/advice?https://youtu.be/2udpwerYKNkReply Good video 😁Reply Why don’t u use sunglasses 🕶Reply i have a hord to slow doun my videosReply Loved the video! Please check out my Miami travel video on my channel! would love feedback!Reply I love this !! Thank you this was mega helpful and honest 🙂 booo hiss to the usual travel videos with house music and no realistReply Very nice video :OWhich Point and Shoot does he use, does anybody know? :OReply Simon this song is excellent. You should make another channel just for your musicReply Good one, keep it upPlease check https://indiatailormade.com for great tour options to indiaReply Someone please tell me what font is he using.Reply Those are great points. I'm going to make sure those are always included. There's just one more thing , "The element of fun".Reply Which Hike did you do? Going there June 2018 (all the way from Belgium), any other suggestions about "Must do" things along the west coast are welcome (I'm aware that the GC is not exactly along the west coast #JIC) 🙂Reply HolaReply Subscribing to everyone who subs me and comments 'done' 🙂Reply emotion and storytelling, now I understand what lacked in my travel videos , thanks! 🙂Reply I'm doing a story video of my own where i'm on holiday. And I didn't see this exact video, but now when i'm editing this i kind of see some similarities in my video to what you described on how it should be. My only problem is that i only had a Go Pro Hero 2 to record with and most of my audio was bad since i didn't know the protective case made the audio quality worse.Reply 2:05 Min.. ohhhh my god =PReply mate, whats the editing software you were using it? it is freeware?Reply https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OAWWD8209k&feature=youtu.beHere is my recent travel video will love to get valuable feedback.Reply Simple, honest storytelling it is my Friend.Thank YouReply Good tips for making travel videoReply nice tips, thanksReply Thanks again for a great instructional video! Most of my video are, I suppose, travel videos. I have am almost finished my series of travel videos covering a week hiking in Slovenia with a club. I am glad I already seem to be putting into practice some of your advice, I am quite shaky though!:) Finding appropriate music takes time too. A slide show (one I finished last night of the Vintgar Gorge) is so much easier and quicker to assemble. Some of my Scotttish ones end up with close-ups of pints being procured. 🙂 In my Schnapps tasting Slovenian one I even got the camera to apparently drink one -that was fun! Always enjoy your videos so thanks for sharing such useful tips. All the best!Reply Im glad you enjoyed your trip. The U.S is vast with many breathtaking places.Reply This is so much harder than people think! You don't want to ruin your entire vacation by stressing over filming all the time, and the most exciting and action filled parts are usually the ones you least feel like bringing your camera equipment to..I've made around 10 of these travel videos now, and I rarely talk, I most time things with music, almost like a music video.. I'll really take some parts of this video with me on my next journey! Thanks man! 😀Reply I really like your content 🙂 Keep it up!:)Reply I just made a travel/vacation video! It was so much fun to make and I worked really hard on it. If everyone could watch it I would really appreciate it! THANKS 🙂Reply You made it out to Zion, eh? Looks like Angels Landing to me.Reply This is great man! I've done some travel tips video on my latest upload but honestly this is something else. You mention something very important that is the emotional part of the videos, this makes people feel way more connection to you and your story. I usually focus a lot in the cinematography and tend to leave behind the story, but it should be the other way around. Thank you for this video Simon, I've been following your channel since before 10K but honestly lost track of you, but hopefully I'll be paying more attention to your videos. Also thanks for the tip of using a smaller camera to capture moments, usually the dslr setup like you mentioned, takes some time 😉Reply Hi There. Just want to share with you my current freelance project named "The Travel Cinematics". In short, the idea is to make travel videos in a cinematic way. The travel cinematics do not act as informative or promotional travel videos, but rather, they are travel videos made with a storyline or a cinematic "theme" added to it. Please check out my first travel cinematics here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFbw1c-5E9Y featuring the country of my origin. The first video has elements of cinematic "movie trailer" and "documentary". Second travel cinematics will feature a different cinematic theme. Please have a look! Thanks! I hope we can collaborate in the future!Reply Super helpful!! thank you so much 🙂Reply https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXJ1vl8xEOw&feature=youtu.beReply Can't believe you guys didn't wear hats on your hikes!Reply Thanks for the video. I will use your tips as I travel the great state of Arizona.Reply After this video, I am think that Casey Neistat still is the greatest travel vlogger.Reply Can you critique mine please🙏🏽🙏🏽Reply great video, mate!Reply Very insightful! a lot of people might not know, but your phone is also an amazing device too. No need to go and blow your bank account on a new camera right away because you can start with your smartphone. I actually filmed my latest video on my phone (:Reply Hi ı want to buy a camera or drone to improve my jobs.Which one should ı buy? Bridge 4k camera mavic pro or full frame cameraReply WHAT FONT IS THAT?!?!!????!?Reply I really loved this, especially the last line.Reply @DSLRguide what font did you use? (i faild to capture the most important thing:…)Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.