1. Start Early
The best time to start editing travel videos is early. You want to get everything done before you leave, so you don’t have to worry about it while you’re away. If you wait until later, you’ll be rushing around trying to find things to shoot and then you won’t have enough time to edit them properly.
2. Keep Your Camera Closeby
If you’re going to be shooting video while traveling, keep your camera close by. That way, if something happens and you need to grab your camera right away, you won’t have to go back to your room or car to get it.
3. Use Filmmaking Software
Filmmaking software is great for editing videos. There’s no need to use expensive professional software. Most free programs work just fine.
4. Get Creative
When you’re editing, try not to stick to what you’ve already shot. Try to think outside the box and get creative. Don’t be afraid to experiment!
5. Plan Ahead
Plan ahead before you leave for where you’re going to be filming. Think about where you want to film, who you want to interview, and what questions you want to ask.
6. Ask Questions
Don’t be afraid to ask people questions when you meet them. People love talking about themselves, especially when they know they’re being recorded.
7. Be Flexible
You never know what might happen when you’re out traveling. Things may change at the last minute, so be flexible.