How to Create Engaging Video Content with Your Phone!

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The American Marketing Association reports that by 2019, video content will drive 85% of search traffic in the US. Facebook Live, Instagram Stories, and video ads have already started to fill social media feeds. With the rise of video, it’s important to make sure your content stands out. Here are some easy ways to create short engaging videos for your social media channels using your phone!

Create looping gif-like video with Boomerang.

#WG18 @c1lions Rock Paper Scissors competition!

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Create stop motion video with Stop Motion Studio.

Create timelapse video with Hyperlapse.

The #WG16 #MBA procession has started! #WhartonGrad

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Create video with a painterly quality with Prisma.

#LocustWalk #prisma

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Create carousel video of still photography with Flipagram.

#Wharton Wildmen (and women) #hockey @uofpenn #whartonwildmen

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Create slow motion video with SloPro.

Snow falling on #SteinyD ❄️

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One Response to How to Create Engaging Video Content with Your Phone!

  1. sydhavely says:

    Nice photo collage and they do tell a story. There’s a new photo album book coming out soon called: This Land–An American Portrait by Jack Spencer that I want to get. He tries to show America and its beauty and diversity post 9/11.He was interviewed on Charlie Rose and he described his photo journey as almost spiritual. He said he wanted to call the book, The Kingdom of Heaven but I think his editors overruled him. I think your task, while different, is still as challenging–how do you tell the story of a storied business school thru photos that inform, describe, invite, delight, and inspire.

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