Travel and Photography Vlogs
Teaching in Korea: Apartment tour and Packing tips! (JLP/EPIK)
Moving to Korea can be daunting, especially when you're in the dark in terms of where you'll be living. I hope this tour of my apartment gives you an idea of what to expect and my additional packing tips are useful. Please feel free to leave questions and comments. Thanks for watching. Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZWyPuTQYypXiOjrsqWTBw?view_as=subscriber Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkie_travels/ Website: https://www.courtneyessonphotography.com Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/CourtneyVictoriaPhotography/?ref=bookmarks This video was filmed and edited by Courtney Victoria Esson using a Canon GX7 Mark II camera and Adobe Premiere Pro software. Music: Faster Car (Acoustic) - Loving Caliber Hearbreaker- Gloria Tells Fool me Not- Tiki Tiki (From EpidemicSound.com)
Korean Supermarket Shopping: Rural vs City
This is a simple tour around my little towns local mart. I then pop over to the nearest city on a hunt for some biscuits. I make videos about living in a rural South Korean town. Feel free to request a topic you'd like to know about in the comment sections, whether you are just curious or planning to live in Korea yourself! How to find me: Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZWyPuTQYypXiOjrsqWTBw?view_as=subscriber Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkie_travels/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CourtneyVictoriaPhotography/?ref=bookmarks Website: https://www.courtneyessonphotography.com This video was filmed by Courtney Esson on a Canon GX7 Mark II and edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Music: (https://www.epidemicsound.com) Happiest Camper on the Earth- Stationary sign. Ice Town- Yellow Base The thief in Marrakesh- Arc De Soleil Skipping stone- Gary Combs
Korean Landscape Photography: Golden City Gyeongju
It's been a while! Although I, so far, have mainly created videos focused on living in South Korea, I wanted to explore my passion for photography in video form. I brought my vlogging camera along to Gyeongju's stunning traditional styled bridge, Woljeonggyo. This is one of my favourite places in this wonderful city as the views are magnificent, especially at night. Here you get a little behind the scenes footage of the three images I took during the course of the sun setting and blue hour. Feel free to check these photographs out on my website and/or instagram too! Website: https://www.courtneyessonphotography.com/?fbclid=IwAR1c6YeCL-IFzGfbQc3hHI4qzhSHdS_ErI5pO4N1x3hEKy28qxiiX6gziLc Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkie_travels/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CourtneyVictoriaPhotography/ Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZWyPuTQYypXiOjrsqWTBw/videos?view_as=subscriber This video was filmed on a Canon GX7 Mark II and edited using Adobe Premiere Pro by Courtney Victoria Esson. All images in this video were taken on a Nikon D750, post processing in Adobe Photoshop by Courtney Victoria Esson. Music in this video can be found here: Kyoto 5am- Sight of Wonders https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/Rewx6H5olD Well then, goodbye: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/dxu9WikhWI
How to travel: Bus like a local in Japan!
Getting a bus sounds so simple, right? I thought so too until I found myself needing a bus in Japan. Observing locals boarding I quickly realised it wasn't quite the same to what I was used to. I was confused and I could see every other traveller struggling to understand too. So I cracked it! And now I'm sharing this incredibly exciting content with you because I have nothing better to do and I couldn't find much useful information about getting a local bus in Japan when I needed it. If you have any questions leave them in the comment section below and thank you for watching! Filmed and edited by Courtney Victoria Camera: Canon GX7 Mark II Edited using Adobe Premiere Pro
Photographing Mt Fuji: Fuji Five Lakes Travel
My favourite part of my Japan travel was photographing Mount Fuji. I spent two days busing and walking around Fujigoko, the 4 of the 5 lakes of Fuji. Kawaguchiko, Saiko, Motosu, Shojiko and Yamanaka. This video gives you a brief breakdown of travelling from Tokyo using the express bus system. You can take a direct bus from Shinjuku Terminal or Tokyo station. Well worth the trip. Feel free to check out my photography and the many images I took of Mt Fuji. It'd be very appreciated. Thanks! Website: https://www.courtneyessonphotography.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkie_travels/ This video was shot with a Canon GX7 Mark II and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro. The images captured were taken with a Nikon D750 DSLR Camera. This videos music can be found at epidemicsound.com Track 1: Sweet as Honey- Gabriel Lewis Track 2: For a lifetime - Yi Nantiro
Japan Travel Guide: First 3 hours in Hokkaido.
After flying into New Chitose airport in Hokkaido I needed to travel to Sapporo Station before transferring to Asahikawa. Along the way I pick up my JR Pass and rented wifi hotspot to help start my amazing travel journey. I documented this journey to show you how first time travels don't have to be stressful! Here is my blog post where I go into more depth about the JR (Japan Rail) Pass: https://www.courtneyessonphotography.com/post/to-jr-pass-or-not-to-jr-pass Check out my instagram for amazing travel photographs here: https://www.instagram.com/talkie_travels/ Thank you for watching! This video was filmed by Courtney Victoria using a Canon GX7 Mark II and editing using Adobe Premiere Pro. Audio can be found on Motionarray.com.
Travel Korea: Seoul Subway
So you want to use Korea's subway system but you're suddenly mind blown by the amount of people and Korean language. It's actually extremely simple and this video takes you through the basic step by step of purchasing a subway card, navigating the system and a quick look at Myeongdong's street food. The subway system is a must know if you are looking to hit all the tourist areas in Seoul without getting stuck in traffic while the taxi meter is adding up fast than you expected! . Also take a look at my blog for some extra little tips and comments as well as the apps I use to get around and about! Blog Link: https://www.courtneyessonphotography.com/post/travel-like-a-pro-with-the-seoul-subway Check out my Instagram for South Korean Photography: https://www.instagram.com/talkie_travels/ And my channel for more videos on South Korea: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZWyPuTQYypXiOjrsqWTBw?view_as=subscriber Thanks for watching! Equipment: Canon GX7 Mark II Edited with: Adobe Premiere Pro By: Courtney Victoria
Jeju Island travel I A tour of Korea's most beautiful landscapes.🌴 제주도 여행/제주도의 아름다운 풍경
I walked various Olle Trails along the coast of Jeju Island in an attempt to capture some of Korea's finest views. The Olle trails are a series of 26 routes ranging in length and difficulty that circle Jeju Island allowing you to tour the coast and pass by major attractions too. Each route is marked with colored ribbons making it easy to follow! A great way to get in some walking and see some stunning landscapes. I am a photographer! If you'd like to check out my landscapes from Jeju, and my other travels my instagram is: https://www.instagram.com/talkie_travels/ Let me know what you think! I'm not good at updating twitter but..oh well : https://twitter.com/courtney_esson . . . . . . . . . This video was filmed by Courtney Victoria using a Canon GX7 Mark II and a Go Pro Hero 5. . This video was editing by Courtney Victoria using Adobe Premiere Pro. . . . . Music: Ikson: Good Ikson: Alive https://soundcloud.com/ikson