How to Film Your Adventures
Capturing your adventures is easier than ever with powerful cameras on our smartphones, bomb-proof action cameras you can attach to almost anything and drones small enough to throw into our rucksacks.
Creating cool edits of your adventures and being able to share them adds so much value - not only can they inspire others to get outdoors but they will also be a great memory for you to look back on.
In this season’s third episode of ‘How To: XV’, snowboarder Xavier de le Rue explains how he makes his videos, including the gear he uses and his recommendations for the best filming angles to make a dynamic and creative edit.
Sharing your adventures
Equally as important as sharing your videos is the ability to share your adventure routes and waypoints.
With our share button, you can share adventures directly to social media or copy the URL link and share it via messages, emails and more.
Along with this you can also embed our maps on your website and blogs and they look awesome!
Check out our full blog post that goes into much more detail, here.
What is ‘How To: XV’?
Snowboarding icon and FATMAP Ambassador, Xavier De Le Rue, has spent his life in the mountains. Along the way, he’s gained years of unique experience in everything from safety to navigation to fitness. The ‘How To: XV’ series aims to inform and inspire anyone who loves getting outdoors.
Catch up with all the episodes on the How To: XV Youtube channel.
Questions for Xav?
Throughout the series, we’ll be taking your questions on every ‘How To: XV’ episode. Send us your thoughts, comments and questions by leaving a comment below or by emailing us.
We’ll get back to you with answers from the man himself.
See you out there,
Jon and Team FATMAP