If a photo is worth a thousand words, how much is a video worth?
Travel is about experiences. Photographs can portray one aspect of that, and narrative can add a second layer. Video, however, stands at the intersection of these mediums, an intersection that is more than the sum of it’s parts. Travel videography can transplant you to a location more immediately than other mediums, leaving only the feeling of the sunshine on your face to the imagination.
Join us on Wednesday, October 1st, for our weekly #PassionPassport Twitter Chat as we discuss videography methods, equipment, and preferences with our community. The chat will take place at 1PM EST on Twitter and can be easily followed using the tag #PassionPassport.
If you will be unavailable during our Videography Twitter Chat but would still like to participate, please schedule your responses according to the times listed below.
1:00PM EST Q1: What type of video do you shoot: Interviews, landscapes, action, etc?
1:08PM EST Q2: What are your favorite types of shots to get while traveling?
1:16PM EST Q3: What camera do you use to shoot video? What lens? Why?
1:24PM EST Q4: What do you prefer to film: Urban or Remote?
1:32PM EST Q5: What equipment do you recommend for amateur travel videographers? (Thanks to @ConorApplegate for the question)
1:40PM EST Q6: What platforms do you share your videos on, and why?
1:48PM EST Q7: Who are some of the videographers you look to for inspiration?
1:55PM EST Q8: What’s your favorite video you’ve created? Share the link!