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A Video Tour of What to Photograph in the Hocking Hills Area of Ohio

Hocking Hills State Park and the surrounding area has some of the most beautiful landscapes in Ohio.  Scenic photographs can be taken in any season, although I tend to avoid summer due to the crowds.

I’ve photographed the Hocking Hills area a bunch of times and lead photoshoots there for my photography club.

I wrote a couple of blogs on where to photograph in an around Hocking Hills and the nearby Lancaster Area. The blogs are great for photography club members who cannot attend the photo shoots. But, I wanted to try a new medium to show off the beauty of the Hocking Hills area.

Other Blog Posts on Photographing the Hocking Hills Area

What to Photograph at Hocking Hills State Park

What to Photograph When the Waterfalls Aren’t Flowing at Hocking Hills State Park

Photographing Hocking Hills State Park in the Winter

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I created a video of my photographs using iMovie and published it on YouTube.  It’s a short video, just over 3 minutes but it gives you a nice visual of what to photograph in this area. 

Combining your photographs into a movie are a great way to tell a story with your photographs and using effects like “Ken Burns” adds motion to your images. Hmm, maybe I’ll write a blog on how to do this in iMovie.

If you like the video, I’d appreciate if you’d give it a “Thumbs Up”.

Written by Martin Belan

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