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Travel Tips – How to film in public and not get robbed!

In this short article I wish to give travelers and filmmakers, four tips on how to get fantastic video footage in public places, and how to avoid unpleasant situations like robbery. To do this I will use video examples I have filmed at various locations around the world. Tip One – Look like a Boss! […]

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Interview with Travel Filmmaker, Mark Shea of Overlander.tv

Here is a short segment from an interview I did recently about what motivates me to make travel videos. To hear in full interview (20 minutes)

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The two streams of Travel Video – Technological and Personal

Can I be honest with you! I don’t watch a lot of travel videos! Mainly because I spend too much time making them! But when I do, I like looking at where things are going. I believe there are two current streams in the travel realm – the technology stream and the personal stream. I’m […]

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Travel Vloggers and Travel Business – How to use online video

I had a fascinating conversation with a mate’s son recently. He is 11 years old, a tween, and a big user of social media and youtube in particular. He told me of his favourite youtube travel channels, and in the process, opened my eyes to a whole next generation of travel vloggers. These Millennials grew […]

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How to tell Good Moonshine from Bad Moonshine

In the days when Moonshine was illegal, Tennessee moonshiners like Ronald Lawson had to be able to work out the difference between Good Moonshine and Bad Moonshine by eye. Bad Moonshine has too high a alcohol content and can be dangerous to drink, causing such problems as blindness. Ronald has made illegal Moonshine all his […]

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How to film and photograph in dangerous locations.

Getting the shot, without getting shot! An Audio-Visual Exploration I get a perverse joy out of filming in places I’ve been told are dangerous. It’s like capturing the unseen, the dark underbelly of humanity. Below are three videos which capture some of the unique places I have had the opportunity to film. In two of […]

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Sailing the Caribbean – How to tie the 3 most important Sailing Knots

Our Captain, ‘Truls the Viking’ shows newbie Alysha the three most important knots to know when sailing. We learn the bowline knot, how to secure a dinghy to a pier using the Clove Hitch and finally, the reef or figure eight knot.

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