Posts Tagged ‘travel videos’

Create a Video in Minutes–No Editing Required

The free Reeli video app helps iPhone and iPad 2 users create stories ready to share in just a few short minutes. It just may be the Twitter of video What one thing is keeping you from incorporating more video into your travel life? If you said “time”, you are not alone. As a traveler and...
January 16th, 2012 | Photography & Video, Travel Products & Services | Read More

The 3 Best FREE Online Travel Video Editors

The 3 Best FREE Online Travel Video Editors
by Brooke Schoenman LG Tech & Gear Editor Travel videos are sometimes the only way to truly explain experiences that don’t quite suit words. What happens, though, if you get some really awesome travel video that you’d like to share with the world but you’re without a laptop? Whether...
January 17th, 2011 | Photography & Video, Travel Products & Services | Read More

Best Video Cameras for Travelers in 2011

Best Video Cameras for Travelers in 2011
By Brooke Schoenman LG Tech & Gear Editor We posted recently about simple ways to take better travel pictures, but video would be my ultimate suggestion for anyone wishing to have a clear and precise record of their travels. Beyond the color and appearance portrayed in photo, video captures the...
January 3rd, 2011 | Photography & Video | Read More

5 Tips for Editing Travel Videos – What I Wish I Knew Before I Hit the Road

5 Tips for Editing Travel Videos – What I Wish I Knew Before I Hit the Road
Edited by Brooke Schoenman LG Tech and Gear Editor This post comes to us from new Lost Girl contributor, Kristen Jacobson, an experienced video editor currently freelancing for a major television network. Kristen is planning to take a year-long adventure around the world, and you can read about her...
July 2nd, 2010 | Blogging Your Trip, Featured, Photography & Video | Read More

Jet Set Zero: Risk Necessary, Money Optional

Jet Set Zero: Risk Necessary, Money Optional
by Sarah Amandolare LG Entertainment Editor Working abroad might be the most challenging yet rewarding way to experience a foreign culture. Regardless of what time of day your job begins and ends, or in which part of town it’s located, you’ll become entrenched in the local economy and way...
June 2nd, 2010 | Budget Travel, Featured, Websites and Blogs, Working Abroad | Read More