Travel vlogs, or video blogs, are becoming more and more popular to show of travel adventures. To help travelers share their memorable moments on the road, the YouTube creator community “filmora.io” has released a free video tutorial series on how to shoot professional-looking travel videos.
Filmmaker and travel vlogger Justin Brunelle of MILE30 Adventures shares tips in the series, such as how to get comfortable in front of the camera, and capturing quality audio.
“We hope that after watching this series, viewers will be able to confidently create a travel video, even if they are new to shooting and editing videos,” said Erica Lam, community manager of filmora.io. “Justin traveled from Alberta to British Columbia to host film this series, so it’s not only a tutorial, but also a travel video itself. He explored places like Stanley Park in Vancouver, one of Canada’s largest urban parks, Norvan Falls, a spectacular waterfall hike in North Vancouver and bungee jumped 160 feet in Whistler over the Cheakamus River.”
The free series is available on filmora.io or through their YouTube channel.