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I begin my first Camino Francés leaving SJPDP on September 11 (I did the VDLP in 2015). I am walking with my neighbor, our average age is 68. We have about 49 days available in Spain so...
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Lex Ells has just posted the most amazing video series of the Camino Frances on YouTube. Looks like he walked the route during October 2017 and used a drone to get some incredible aerial footage.
I watched a lot of YouTube to prepare for my Camino in September 2017, but I never saw...
Adding a link below to a video I made of my walk on the Camino Frances from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago and on to Finisterre this summer in May and June 2017
The video is made up of 1 sec clips throughout each day. Walking the camino was an amazing experience, I have so many amazing memories.
I used my Iphone SE to make videos on my Camino this month of May.
The week prior to my flight to Madrid, I bought the DJI Osmo Mobile which is a gimbal (a stabilizer for 300 euro).
When walking or moving your phone and record videos, this gimbal reduce the shakiness (watch my videos).
Hi: My son and I walked from Oviedo to Lugo this last May. I flew from Mexico City to Madrid, and he came from California and met me at Chamartin. We had a great time, but it was a pretty difficult walk for me. I carried a small video camera and made a nice movie with the clips, using Adobe...
I've just completed my new video on the camino in 2016. It was my 10th camino. We were starting from Astorga. It is the German version, I have done some videos in English, bit that will take some time.....
In case you're interested:
Trying to think of creative ways to support my interests in photography and documentary filmmaking. Enjoyed walking the Camino last summer but don't think I capitalized enough on my skill with the heavy camera I toted along.
Had an idea (if it is original please don't steal it; if you...
Hello, all, I'm looking to do my second mini-Camino around the 8th of September (SJPP to Puente dela Reina). Having done Sarria to Santiago a few years ago, I've always wanted to begin in SJPP, and do a little bit over the years to get my Camino "fix" every couple of years.
I am about to...
My wife, Judy and I walked the Camino Frances in September/October, 2015, and created a blog post and video for each day of our seven-week journey. Feel free to have a look at our videos and blog by following the links:
I walked the Camino del Norte from Irún to Santiago over 28 days this September. Since it was the first walk of its kind which I have attempted I have nothing to compare it to, however fellow walkers who had previously walked the Francés all confirmed what one would probably expect...
It has been more than 2 years since I walked the Camino de Santiago from SJPDP to Finisterre. It was the first time that I was travelling on my own, and I was terrified. I didn't know whether I'd be able to make friends, whether I was physically up to it and whatnot, but there was also this...
Hi all! I walked the Camino in August 2014. I wrote blog post about the first day of my camino. Would you mind having a look and letting me know what you think? Thanks in advance :)
Anne and I finished the camino July 1st this year. We asked those we met to tell us one word in their
native language which best described their experience on the camino. The result is the
video Anne just posted.
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I took so many video clips (350+) to put on my Blog that I thought I might start compiling some of them into Camino snapshots.
Probably themed. ie.
The Emotional part of the Camino
The Physical part of the Camino
The Spiritual part of the Camino
The whole Blog...
Our Camino seems a long time in coming :( But we are within 8 months now, so the planning and training needs to get seriously started. I'll need the 8 months to lose some weight and get fit!
I plan to shoot some video. Maybe make a personal video diary, perhaps some interviews and thoughts...
I am headed back to the Camino in eight days. I will be walking with a close friend, Dan Garrity, who is former television reporter and now a professor of broadcast journalism at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. He will be videotaping our journey and will be sending video reports...