Why You Should Document Your Emigration Journey

Emigrating from one country to another isn’t an easy journey to take on. There are so many different things to consider like when to apply for a visa, which emigration experts to use, how much money you should have, how to find a job in a different country, where to find a home, what living costs are and much more.  Your journey certainly will be filled with plenty of ups and downs.  Here is why you should document your emigration journey.

Why You Should Document Your Emigration Journey
Why You Should Document Your Emigration Journey

Why you should document your emigration journey

Plenty of people that would love to emigrate have absolutely no idea of where to start, what to look out for and what the best methods are.   Documenting your emigration process can be a great way to help others.  They can see what decisions you made on your journey, what ordeals you had to endure and what processes you followed with regards to finding accommodation and jobs in a new country.  It is also a good idea to document your journey so you can have something to look back on when you finally settle into your new country or when you are looking for contact information on all of those that helped you along the way.  An emigration documentary can also be a good YouTube video if you want plenty of views or would like to share your journey with others that enquire about your journey.

Get a trail camera for your emigration documentary

You should try to capture as much of the important stuff involved in emigration as possible.  Capture conversations with family members about the decision making, summarize your basic essentials for the emigration process, record your yard sale, document your packing methods and much more.  A trail camera is a good camera type to use for this type of documentary. These cameras are sturdy, suitable for all weather conditions, can be used to record at night and are a perfect camera to record your entire journey.  You can capture your airplane trip, your journey into the new house, the expressions of family members as you travel or explore the new country and much more.  Check out these trail camera comparisons to see what type of camera suits your documentary best and to see which brands are the best for this type of documentary.

Convert from recordings into a video

Now it is time to edit your videos. It is always best to keep your recording clips short and sweet.  Capture short films so you can easily edit them into a short video at a later stage.  It is much easier to edit short clips than it is to work with long clips.  Be sure to include all the highlights and keep the boring bits involved in your journey out of the documentary.

Upload and share

Once you have fully edited your journey and added sound effects like music to enhance the drama, it is time to upload and share. Upload your video to YouTube and share with all friends and family members.  You can then save the link and share with anyone that has questions about the emigration journey or perhaps even earn a bit of cash by allowing emigration companies to use your journey to help others.

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