April 2021 // The Travel Edition

There is a plethora of other video-making apps out there for your phone. I’ve chosen to highlight the ones that are not only the most often used apps but are of higher quality and more feature-rich. Many of the other ones allow you to manipulate individual video clips by shortening their length, cropping and adding filters and graphics, but only a proven few allow you to string shots in sequence and operate in the vein of a traditional video editing application. These are all features that likely are available within your social media applications like Instagram, TikTok or Facebook. All of these apps I’ve listed allow you to share directly to social media and cloud drive platforms and also by email and text, or you can choose to save the rendered video file to your phone for later uploading. As mobile video technology becomes more advanced and all signs point to that happening at a feverish pace, it would behoove you to take the time and learn one of these mobile editing applications to stay ahead of the curve. There are also online video editing services that offer similar features plus the added benefit of cloud storage and sharing, but they operate mainly on desktop interfaces.

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Rob Adams is a veteran wedding filmmaker and educator. During his 22 years filming weddings he has helped to define modern wedding storytelling with his blending of visuals and spoken dialogue. He has been a frequent contributor to Shutter Magazine and has spoken at various photo and video conferences around the globe.

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