Last summer I stumbled upon a hobby that I really enjoyed. I started filming motorcycle rides in my area. I felt like the project was something I wanted to persue so last summer (2013) I took the project a step further. I filmed 5 episodes in the Northwest including resort destinations, and rides that locals would like to see when visiting.
During the winter I was able to precure several sponsors, (good only no money) from Carhartt, Harrah's Casino, and many smaller establishments that comped us rooms, meals, and entertainment.
Jennifer O'Rourke - August 21st, 2013
The summer is coming to a close and sadly I only have 2 more videos on the schedule to shoot this year. I am already making plans for 2014 but it is hard sometimes to look a year out!
Here is my latest travel video. Enjoy
I need a small travel tripod that will extend to about 1.5m to get straight on people shots
Canon xf300, fcpx
I need to buy a Pro/Prosumer Camcorder for Travel Documentary.
My budget is $3000/$4000. I really don't want to exceed the budget.
Any suggestions on what camcorder I should get? What is the best camera for this range of price?
mikerosen - May 25th, 2012
We've often talked about documentary video on this site and the one thing that we've stressed time and again is that a documentary topic does not need to be "big" to be good. Many readers look at documentaries like Ken Burns' Civil War and assume that all documentaries need to be similarly epic sagas. But sometimes smaller stories have even more potential to really speak to people.
Hey guys, i found this nice travel video contest http://www.kuaddro.com/travel-doc-contest/
I think I will participate filming my next trip to Barcelona, anyway I will going to shoot the trip.
I loved this New York Timelapsehttp://www.kuaddro.com/videos/manhattan-in-motion/
I have envy! I would love to know how to do something similar with my 5DmkII.
Curious website about dslr travel videos.