Two Minute Road Trip Video

Going on a road trip this year? Why not make a short video of it like we have

Introducing… The Two Minute Road Trip.

The idea is that everyone can have a go and we particularly want evo readers to get involved. All you need is a car, somewhere to go and a video camera. Henry Catchpole came up with the idea over New Year and you can see his original blog here and his own Two Minute Road Trip video above to get the gist of what we mean.

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In the office we use GoPro video cameras and most of us work on Apple Macs so use iMovie or Final Cut to edit film footage. However, you can use whatever you want – even your mobile phone might be good enough. Once you’ve got your final 120seconds of footage you can post it on the community section of and we will attempt to propel you to fame and glory by promoting the best ones! Go on, give it a go…



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