smartphone video creation

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A lot of people think that making professional travel videos is hard to do or difficult to learn… or that you need a lot of expensive equipment to make something really great. 

So, they put off learning and leave potential income on the table — income that could pay for their vacations and travels to beaches, safaris, and cosmopolitan cities. 

This week, and all this month, I’ll help you with the hardest part – getting started.

You can use your camera or your smart phone to record. Here are some tips for doing it right: 

Then watch this unbelievably simple guide to editing your smart phone videos straight on your iPhone in three minutes or less: 

I’m giving you a bunch of information and how-to for free this week, because I truly believe video is THE big thing you should be learning about… and I want to make getting started as easy as possible.

Once you get a taste, it starts to get addictive. Now get out there and create something! I can’t wait to see what you come up with for the challenge.

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