Exposure to local culture is a big part of the appeal of travel, but, like at home, not everyone is open to being on camera. Some people, cultures and religions are sensitive about image-making in general. Some countries don’t like you to take pictures of military facilities, and some are sensitive about recording children. It’s wise to research the customs, laws, and expectations of the places you’re visiting.
It’s exciting to travel to a new place, exploring new locations and cultures: video is a great way to share these experiences. You’re probably going to want to add music to your travel video, and maybe even to some stock images or footage to enhance your production. Unfortunately, we all know you can’t just pluck your favourites off the internet—you’d be violating copyright laws.
One of most common mistakes to make when filming, is backlighting. This happens when you place a subject in front of a bright light source and they become incredibly dark. You may want to rethink the positioning of your subject or consider using external lights.
Video can take your viewers to the heart of the action and make your audience feel like they’re there themselves. It’s easier to record great travel videos than ever before, but few people really know how to capture video beyond hitting the record button.
It’s exciting to travel to a new place, exploring new locations and cultures. Video is a great way to share these experiences; it’s one of the most powerful mediums for storytelling. Video can take you to the heart of the action and make your audience feel like they’re there themselves. It’s easier to record than ever before, but few people know how to create a really compelling video.
Creating a new travel blog is exciting, fun, and brimming with potential. You only get one chance to make a good first impression, so let us help you get started: In this article, we’ve collected five top products to give your travel project the creative polish it needs to get noticed.
It’s exciting to travel to a new place, exploring fresh locations and cultures. Video can let your audience at home feel like they’re part of the action, but the camera itself can also get in the way of enjoying your adventure—and getting the shot. In this lesson, you’ll learn what to look for when choosing a travel camera.
A photography trip is an exciting thing to plan and do. It’s possible to combine your vacation with updating or refreshing your portfolio or even making photographs for commercial sale. Here, we’ll guide you to getting the most out of your time away so you’ll return home with beautiful and useful photographs, and incredible memories too.
Every place has a rich and eventful past that helps define it’s character. Evidence of this local flavour of life is, in a special way, preserved in our spiritual buildings and holy sites. Whether it’s just down the road or something you’ll come across on holiday, visiting a place of worship is your chance to photograph part of cultural and spiritual history.