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Video Editing: Create Cinematic Travel Videos in Premiere Pro

teacher avatar Ankit Bhatia, Travel Filmmaker

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction

      1:37

    • 2.

      Getting Started

      3:25

    • 3.

      Organizing Your Data

      1:48

    • 4.

      Sorting Through Your Footage

      3:21

    • 5.

      Figuring Out Your Story

      1:28

    • 6.

      Breaking Down Your Shots

      2:24

    • 7.

      Choosing Your Music

      5:09

    • 8.

      Recording Your Voiceover

      4:27

    • 9.

      Adding Effects And Transitions

      7:11

    • 10.

      Color Grading Your Video

      7:34

    • 11.

      Final Thoughts

      0:32

    • 12.

      Bonus: Ankit's Final Kashmir Video

      1:46

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Wondering how you can use your footage to create compelling travel stories? It’s all about the edit!

Join travel filmmaker Ankit Bhatia as he shares his process for capturing memorable moments on the go and transforming that footage into evocative travel videos. From framing and composition to color grading and music, you’ll hone your video editing workflow and learn the storytelling techniques that powered Ankit from self-taught filmmaker to YouTube star with 600K+ followers and counting. In 40 minutes, you’ll see everything that goes into creating a viral video and practice editing essentials you can apply right away, whether you’re exploring a new place or highlighting your hometown. 

Through hands-on lessons, you’ll learn to: 

  • Develop a distinct shooting style on any budget
  • Organize days of footage into a cohesive video narrative 
  • Choose stock music and record compelling voiceover
  • Apply video effects, transitions, and color to convey moods 

Plus, Ankit guides you through the post-production process for his own travel video of Kashmir, sharing tips, tricks, and the end product so you can see how it all comes together.

Whether you’re looking to level up your video editing skills, share your adventures with your followers, or discover a new take on old footage, you'll find inspiration in Ankit’s creative storytelling process. By the end of class, you’ll have the skills and confidence to take your followers on a visual journey, make them feel like they’re right there with you on your travels, and keep them coming back for more!

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Ankit’s class is tailored for beginner-level editors with a basic understanding of Adobe Premiere Pro, but you're welcome to participate and enjoy regardless of your skill level. Most concepts apply to other video editing software as well, so use what you’re comfortable with and follow along with your own footage from a recent trip or outing. 

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Ankit Bhatia

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Hi, I am Ankit Bhatia, a filmmaker and YouTuber with a focus on travel filmmaking. I have collaborated with several brands for my youtube channel, working not only on travel vlogs but also filmmaking tutorials and equipment reviews. 

I quit my full time job to follow my dream of traveling the world, capturing my experiences along the way. Over the years, I have developed my own signature look - a moody, cinematic storytelling style that makes my work instantly recognizable on my own.

Today my videos reach out to thousands of people as I strive to connect with my audience through my evocative style of shooting and experimental editing techniques. 

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1. Introduction: Traveling inspires me. Going to new places, finding new ways to look at the same things is always exciting. Hey guys, I'm Ankit Bhatia. I'm a travel filmmaker, I love to travel and create travel videos. In this class, we're going to talk everything about what goes behind creating travel content. In our travel videos, a lot of fun. You get to document your amazing experiences and you can go back whenever you want. You will get to explore new places. You will meet new people and you will actually grow in life. We'll start just from the basics and we'll talk about the equipments, how to figure out the story, breaking down the shards, how to choose the right music. How to do the voice over, how to add effects and transitions. Then at last, we'll talk about how to do color grading. You're going to learn a lot in this class. I'm a self-taught filmmaker. I have learned everything on my own by trying out different things. I really hope that I can pass on that knowledge to you. With this class, you will be able to shoot and edit your travel videos. So share your project in the project gallery. I'm really excited about this class. So let's get started. 2. Getting Started: You must be thinking when you start shooting travel videos, you need a lot of big cameras. In my opinion, this need your phone. Once you get the confidence shooting in public, then you can move on to big cameras so just start with what you have. When you're just start shooting videos, if you have your phone, that's great. If you can afford to have a GoPro because it has the inbuilt stability, so you don't need to worry about that shaky footage. You can just start with a very small camera. GoPro is really good to go and in future, think about other thing. I'll tell you about my experience how I started. When I started, I just got one DSLR with one lens. I did not go for a very expensive lenses because I really wanted to learn about the composition, about the angles, about what you can do with what you have. I remember I shot for six months just learning with that camera and with one lens. Once I knew that, now I know a couple of things, then I purchased other lenses. Now, you must be thinking that I will be traveling with a proper team to shoot my videos, but let me tell you, I just take along their friends and I asked them to shoot my videos. What equipment I use, I like to travel with the minimum gears possible because when I am traveling, I like to keep my child bag very lightweight. I travel with one camera and two lenses. One lens is 16-35, F/2.8, and other lens is 85MM F/1.8. I like to carry one Gimbal, one drone, one GoPro, and one mic. That's it. Now that we know what basic equipment we need, let's pick a destination. How do I pick up the locations? Basically, I look for new destination where I have not been and it should have nature because nature inspires me. Whenever I decide to go to any place, I search about that place on Google or on YouTube. I watch other travel vlogs and see how that place looks like so that I can just get few things in my mind clear, like how I want to shoot, what are the things that I want to explore, and I see in which season it looks the best. For example, I never visited Kashmir and I wanted to explore in the winters just to get that snowy vibe. A lot of time I come up with good shots on the spot only. I look at the place and see how we can take a multiple shots and just try out different angles. If I find something interesting, I just go ahead and shoot. Later in the editing, I figure out how to combine. I know that shooting in public can be awkward sometime, but you get the confidence as more you shoot. I remember when I started shooting, I couldn't speak in public. Even when I'm talking in the room, I was not confident. But when I started shooting over the period of time after six months, a year, now I'm confident. I don't worry about people looking at me while I'm talking. You just need to spend little bit more time with your camera. That's it. 3. Organizing Your Data: When I left my full-time job, the very next day I decided to go to Kashmir and have those beautiful experiences like sledging, skiing, gondola ride, horse riding and it was just amazing. I can never forget those memories. I'll take that Kashmir project and I'll explain you all of the things based on that. What's the first step that you do? The first step that you should do is to organize your data. That is really important. You should copy and make a proper folder and keep all the files in those folders. For example, if you're shooting with different cameras, just copy all those files in different cameras so that you have all the files sorted device. Pick up a folder, and in that you create multiple folders device, and in that, you create different folders with the different cameras. Let me show you. The first thing that you do is, you create day 1, day 2, day 3. Let's say I'm creating only for three days, and in that I will create different folders with the different cameras. For example, I shot one with a DSLR, so I'll create DSLR, GoPro, and drone. Then what I will do is, I'll copy all of the data in all those folders. Let's say these are three files from DSLR, so I'll just copy and paste it in the DSLR. That's simple, it is, and you will always be sorted at the end of the day. 4. Sorting Through Your Footage: Now, we will get into editing and the first step that we will do is to create a project in Premier Pro. That's the software we're going to use to edit all of the footage. What we will do is we will go here and create a folder project and then we will open Premier Pro and in that we will create a new project. Let's name it destination. I'm just giving a random name. Then what you will do is you will import all of your data, all of your footage into the Premier Pro. Now, let's say select any file and we'll go to the file, all of the files. We have shot with the drone, we have shot with the [inaudible], with a DSLR then I'll go through one by one and select it and put it on the timeline. To create a timeline, what do you have to do is you have to press Control N and then you will create a new timeline. Select it and just click "Okay" a new timeline will be created. If you find this difficult, there is an easy way also. Just cancel this, go through camera and just drag any footage onto the right side. It will automatically create a new timeline. Now we have this timeline and we will rename this timeline as, let's see, base timeline. Now why I'm seeing this as a base timeline because this will help me creating a story in my mind. I tried to find all of the interesting clips and I just highlight that so that when I'm creating a story, I know that these are the clips I'm going to use it. This is not the final timeline, this is just the base. I'll just select all of the footage I want, I like, Some some of the footage that interest me. All of those activities that I have done there in all of the interesting clips basically. Now we'll go through a couple of clips and I will tell you why I've selected those clips for my Gashmeer video. The reason I selected this drone shot because it gives the vibe of the place. It has amazing hyper laps going on and it has snow big mountains where the clouds cover. It will look really good in the starting. I always had a dream of visiting Gashmeer and finally when it happened, I wanted that this shot to exactly look like a dream. I'm just shooting this in [inaudible] and in the local cloth. This short gives a vibe that I'm actually dreaming. I'll give you an example of one more clip I selected. I was doing selecting for the first time and it was really interesting and it was really fun doing that. I wanted to add that experience in my video in order to show the real emotion and it's coming out really good. One of the amazing moment we had when we were doing horse riding, it was really funny. My girlfriend Shalika, she was really scared and happy at the same time and I recorded that so I added in the video. 5. Figuring Out Your Story: Once I've gone through all of the clips, now the time is to create a story out of it. For that, I'll take a break from editing. I'll take a pen and paper and just relax for a while, write down all of the must-do shots, write down the starting, the end, and the middle shots, and then come up with a beautiful story. A video is made up of many, many stories. For example, I look at these two clips. [inaudible] In this first clip, she's just wishing for the snowfall, and in the next clip, the snowfall is actually happening, if we combine these two clips, it's going to create a beautiful mini story out of it. Let me combine this together, and let me play this for you. [inaudible] Trying out different things is also important while editing. You should not stick to just one style, you need to try out different things. For example, this is the first time I tried to add a few vlogs parts in the video when I'm talking to the camera, so that adds a personal touch. You don't need to add those exact things. You can try something else. Always come up with different ideas. That's what makes your video interesting. To figure out the story what you should do is to just sit down and think about all the must-do shots and just write it down. 6. Breaking Down Your Shots: This is a really interesting shot. The reason I selected this clip is because I want to add unique-looking angles in my video so that the video really stands out. It has a circle shot, and we both are dancing in the video, the angle looks really amazing. I like to add hyperlapses and time lapses in my videos just to add different shots, for example. Now, look at these two shots. They both are circle. I took this shot top down, and I took these shots in a circle, but they're not going with the flow. For that, what I did is, I reverse the speed. Once I did, now these both shots are matching together, so it adds to the story. Always think about these things too. It's important that you should be open to the ideas when you're traveling. For example, I shared one experience with you. We already spent one week in Kashmir and we were just on the way. I got the idea that I had such an amazing experience, such an amazing time in Kashmir and I wanted to say thank you to Kashmir, and I knew that I'm going to use these words in the Kashmir farms. "Thank you, Kashmir." I said those words at that time, it came on so naturally. To make your videos visually interesting, one of the ways is that you shoot and combine different angles of the same shot. For example, look at these two shots. I'm doing snow biking here, and I took this shot on GoPro, and another shot is taken on drone. When we combine these two shots, it will add to the story and they will look visually appealing. Look at another example. Look at these two shots. This is the drone shot of the car, and then I'm talking in the car. When you combine these two shots, it makes it fun. It adds to the flow. Sometimes what you can do is you can try and combine different shots which have similarity. For example, look at these three shots, they all have been shot at the same location, but in all three clips, we're doing different activity. You can also try to find these clips, in which you are doing similar activity, and you can combine these. Take inspiration from what I have explained to you and try to recreate the shots in your own way. 7. Choosing Your Music: [MUSIC] Once you have all the visuals selected, the next step would be to select the right music for your video. That is really important, music can change the feel of your project. Selecting the right music can take some time, but once you select that song, it's going to be really amazing. What I do is, I keep listening, do different kinds of songs, and I keep imagining all the visuals in my mind, and once I feel the connection, then I select the song, and I use it for my project. I use three websites, one is Epidemic Sound, another one is Musicbed, and the last one is Artlist. Now I'm going to show you the process of selecting the song from one of the website. Let's quickly go to the website. I have opened Musicbed.com. Generally, I filter the songs based on the mood, based on the genre, or based on the artist. Let's go here. I like to select electronics. You can also search here, cinematic. Then I start listening to the song. See, let me play the song. [MUSIC] Then you can check the beats on the right side. For travel films, I like to select Build Type. Basically, Build Type means the song intensity will increase as the time goes. Check the waveform here, it starts very slowly, and then the waveform level increases, and at the end, it lowers down. Here, you can select that, the Advanced, and the Build, has build. You will get lot of options like that. Once you select the song, you simply download the song, and you can use it for your project. Let's say if I've select the song, and it's a five-minute-long, but my project is going to be just 2-3 minutes. I want the video to be just two minutes long. What I'll do in such case is, I'll just break down the song according to the project. You are going to import the downloaded songs in a similar way like the way we did for the video. Now I'm going to show you how I break down the song. Let's say this is the song, and check the waveforms. It's keep increasing, and it's almost four minutes, 20 seconds long song. I'll just listen to the song, and find the exact beat, and I'll just create a cut there. [MUSIC] I don't like this, so I just keep listening. [MUSIC] I like this one. What I'll do is, I'll just create a cut here. Control K, and then create a cut here Control K, and I'll just delete this, and I'll combine these two. The next thing that I'll do is, I'll just add a constant dissolve so that both the clips match perfectly. [NOISE] Now let's listen. [MUSIC] See, you don't feel like I have cut down this song, it feels like this is the song. That's how you find the exact beats. This is the same thing that I've done for my Kashmir videos. Let me show you the original project, so you will understand. This is the project. See here, you will see a lot of places where I've cut down this song. This is constant power. Constant power here again. These all music clips blends in smoothly. [MUSIC] Now, if you want to select the right music, you have to first figure out what video you want to create. Whether you want a fast-pace video, whether you want a slow-pace video, or whether you want to show emotions. It's completely dependent on you. The last thing I want to talk about is the copyright-free songs, the websites that I use, and you get the license also. If you try to find songs online, it might be free today, but it may not be free in the future. Some music label might purchase that song and you may get copyright strikes so always prefer these website which gives you the license. Select the right music, and break it down according to your video. 8. Recording Your Voiceover: First of all, I'll tell you why I add voice-over because it helps me telling the story. When I was in Kashmir, I wrote these lines specifically for the Kashmir video, so I'm going to record that particular voice over and then I will edit in the Audacity. Audacity is the software that I use to record and edit, is free software you can use it and for the mic, I use condenser microphone with a pre-amplifier. Basically, it amplifies the audio even before going into the computer so it sounds rich and the voice, and then later on in the editing, we will increase the amplification and the compressor, I'll show you that also. I'm going to open the Audacity. To record the voice-over I'll select the mic and hit this "Record" button and that's it. You need to use these headphones also so you can actually listen what you are seeing. You need to be this much close to the mic. You actually have to feel it when you're going to record it. Just close your eyes and think about the place and start the voice-over. Once upon a time, I saw a dream that I'm in Kashmir, and this video is about making that dream come true. This is like one big I'll take multiple times and I'll select the best lines. I'm going to record one more time for you. Once upon a time, I saw a dream that I'm in Kashmir, and this story is about making that dream come true. What I like to do is I like to take a pause at different places and see what sounds the best. Now I'm going to get rid of the mic setup and I'm going to edit the voice-over. Go to Effect, go to Noise Reduction and get the Noise Profile, so you have selected a small clip and we're getting the profile and we're going to apply this over the whole audio. Click Control A and go to Effect and select the Noise Reduction again and click "OK" with these settings. Basically, it will remove all the background noise from the voice-over. Now go to Effect and apply the Compressor, and I like to use these default settings. Click "OK" and see how the waveform has changed now and go to Effect, select the particular portion you want to amplify. We see that this portion has been amplified and now what I will do is it'll basically say Control A and do Normalize and click "OK." Go to File, Export, Save as Wave, and select the folder where you want to save it. Let's say Voice over, select, and give the name. Save. Artist name you can give it, let's say my name is AB, Click "OK." It's done. You have done the simple voice-over editing and it's going to sound much better now, let me quickly play the edited version of the voice-over with the film and see how it sounds. Once upon a time, I saw a dream that I'm in Kashmir. The story is about making that dream come true. Now one thing I want to add is when you're recording the voice-over practice a bit, modulate and play with your voice, take a pause at different places and see what sounds the best, and then use it accordingly. 9. Adding Effects And Transitions: Let's talk about effects and transitions. What are these and why you need to use it. Basically, to go from one clip to another clip very seamlessly, very smoothly, you can use transitions. Now there are different kind of transitions. You can create transitions while you're shooting, or you can create transitions while you're editing. When you're shooting, those transitions are called in camera transitions because you're shooting and you're creating the transition at that time. Now when you're creating transitions in editing, that's called post transitions. I'm going to show you examples of two of my favorite transitions. One is in camera transition and the other one is in the editing. Let's go to Premier Pro, and let's start it. These are the two clips. Now let me play this clip for you. We'll reveal the second clip from this side. What you need to do is, we'll create a simple masking here, and we'll just mask this portion and reveal the second video. How we do that? Let's quickly go to the pen tool and select this. Let's select a point, for example, from here. From here we want to start. We'll just select the pen tool here and just set this to, let's say 25 percent. Let's create a random mask and create a mask path here. Create a mask feather so that it will look soft. Just click on this one inward this so that we can see the actual video. Now what we'll do is we'll go a few frames further and we'll just drag this. Let's go few frames further and just drag this. Create new point here, and just drag this further. Keep dragging and it will automatically create these points, see? Let's go further. Let's rotate this and just go to the end and just cover this with the mask. basically, what we have done is we have masked out the area and then we'll just place the second clip underneath and we'll show you the final outcome. Let's just move this clip up and drag this clip and let's play the video. I'm going to increase the mask a bit. That's fine. Let's play this. Wow, it looks amazing. That's how you can simply shoot a video like this and then in the editing, you can just know a new clip using the first clip. Now we'll go to the second transition, which is speed ramp transition. This is also my favorite transitions. In this first clip, we are snow biking, and in the second clip, this is just a shot of me. What I'll do is I'll just slow it down and speed it up at the end and you will see the magic. What you need to do is you need to right-click and go to the "Show Clip Frames" and select "Time Remapping" and select "Speed." Once you do that, we'll zoom in and you will create points using control and click and drag it. Control and click. You can create as many points as you want. I'm just showing you how to do that. Firstly, I'll just slow it down, see, just when this gets in focus here. What I'll do is, I'll just slow it down till 20 percent, see? Why I've slow it down till 20 percent because I've showed this video in 120 frames and my timeline is 24 frames, so 120 divide by 24 is equal to 5. Five times I can slow it down, so till 20 percent, I can slow it down. For example, if you shoot your videos in 60 frames, then you can slow it down till 40 percent. See, it looks really amazing from fast to slow and then at the end, again, fast. We can also increase the speed. Increase it as you like it. Then I'm going to combine this second clip. I'm just going to do the same thing, Show Clip Frames, Time Remapping, Speed, and then Control and click. Zoom in, Control and click. First one is to just slow it down, zoom in, and just drag this using the click, and then slow it down. Let's say till 20 percent. Now let me play this video. See, it goes very smoothly from one clip to another clip like this, zoom like this. It looks seamless. That's an amazing transition, I would highly suggest you to try out both these things. Some people like in camera transitions and some like to add transitions in the post. But I like both these kind of transitions. I use it according to what I need. Just one point, I want to add that if you want to do in camera transitions, then you have to plan it in advance. You cannot add it in the post if you have not shot accordingly. Now let's talk about adding sound effects to your videos. Sound effects are really important. It adds to the visuals, it adds to the environment. If you're near the waterfall or if you're in the jungle, you would want to listen to that sound. If you're just playing the visuals without music, it's not connecting with the audience. When you add the sound effects, people feel like they're there with you, they're exploring the place. That's why you should add it. Here I'm going to play the video with sound effects. For example, it's a drone shot, so I've added a wind sound effects. This is shot of river flowing, so I've added river sound effects. You feel like you're there. Now try to add sound effects and transitions to your videos and see how it makes the difference. 10. Color Grading Your Video: The videos that you get straight out of the camera or just raw videos and then you fill in colors and create it and you give a different vibe to the video. Basically, it can change the complete look of the video, like I like to create moody look, and it can only be done with color grading. There are two ways to color grade your videos. One without using LUTs and preset and the other one is using the LUTs. LUTs are basically look-up tables. In this lesson, I'm going to show you both of these. Once you know all the basics, all the settings, then you can move on to LUTs. We'll go and quickly show you how to color grade without lights. Let's go back to the Kashmir video and I'm going to select two clips from that. In Premiere Pro, you go here and search Lumetri. This is a tool that we use for color grading. Here you'll get a lot of different section. You get basic correction, you get creative. You can use LUTs. You can change curves. You can go to the basic correction. In this, we have lots of different options. You can change the exposure, you can change the contrast, highlights, shadows, and whites and blacks. Let me change it one by one. Let's say you're featuring the highlights. It will only affect the brighter portion of the video. If you change the shadows, it's going to affect only the dark portion of the video and you can increase the exposure, it's going to increase overall brightness and you can decrease it also. I'm not going to change that, I'm going to increase the contrast. Here you can change the temperature. For example, if you want to make it a little bit bluish, you can make it bluish. You can change it to the right side. You can make it yellowish. I like a little blue in a little moody look and then you can change the tint. See, it's going to change to magenta or whether you wanted green. I like little green so I'm going to change it on the left side. Then the next thing we'll move on to is the Creative tab. The Creative tab will go to the curves that I like to use it. I'll just create three points here. Basically, this point is highlight this is shadows. Whatever we have done in the basic correction, we can increase it more. For example, if I decrease it, I'm decreasing the shadows. If I increase it, I'm increasing the highlights, like that. Here in this portion, we have hue saturation curves means you can change the color, hue means color, and you can change the particular color. For example, if you go Hue versus Hue here, that I like to use a lot, just select these two points and select this. Now, see this in the video, we have yellow color and if you want to change the yellow to look like orange or green, we can change the slider. See green, orange, pink, whatever you want so that's how you change the particular color without using lights. I have not used any lights here. You can change the saturation of particular color. For example, if you want to decrease the saturation of blue, then what we will do is just select the blue, decrease the saturation, decrease and see here on the right side, you don't have any blue, we just have our normal yellow. These are all the basic settings that I like to play with. There are a lot of other options also that you can dig into, but that will be an exercise for you. Now I'm going to show you how you can use the LUTs. For lights, you have to go to the Creative tab, and here you will find a lot of LUTs from the Premiere Pro. Premiere Pro also provides a lot of free LUTs for you that you can use. Let's apply these LUTs. Let's say this light I applied can change. See? You can apply a lot of different lights and that will give you immediate new look to you, but that depends on you, how you want to play. Now let's move into the second clip, will show you another example of it. This is the second clip. Let's apply the same way. Go to Lumetri Color and this time I'm not going to change using the basic correction. I am going to play directly with the curves. Let's go to the curve and create again three points. Just decrease a bit and go to temperature. Now see this blue, I don't like this blue. What I'll do is I'll just go to the hue saturation curve and here in this I'll change the color of the blue. See? If you want to increase a little bit of contrast, you can go to the basic correction. You can change all of these settings. It's all here. You can play with that. Sometimes, to create a moody look, what I do is I go to the Vignette and in the Vignette, I just change this to minus 5, increase to 100 and see with and without. It's a slight difference but that changes the vibe. Why people use LUTs and presets is because it saves a lot of time. Think about color grading each clip one by one, you have long project to find out, one grading each clip, it's going to take a lot of time. What you can do is you can use the LUTs and save those as presets or you can apply the LUTs onto all the files so it will save time and it will quickly color grade and you can change then few settings. Like you color graded this clip, check the before and after. You see this as a preset, save preset, and let's just name it, let's say, Skillshare Preset, and click okay. Then you can find the preset in the Effects panel, for example, such here, Skillshare Preset, and you will find the preset here. For example, if you delete this, you can just simply apply this preset and you can apply this preset on all the clips. That's how easy it is, that's how fast it is. That's why people use it. That's all from the color grading. I would like you to pick up a lot of clips and try to experiment, try to change these settings because it took me a lot of time to understand these colors to find my style. I played with all these settings so I would like you to try out and come up with your own look so people will know you from your color grading style. 11. Final Thoughts: Congratulations on completing the course. I really hope that you have learned a lot about the process of trial film making. Even if you go on trial, I would highly want you to go out and explore nearby areas, create some videos. If you want to find me, you can go to the YouTube and search [inaudible]. On Instagram, you can find me [inaudible], share your project in the project gallery and I'm really excited to see what you guys come up with. See you. Bye-bye. [inaudible]. 12. Bonus: Ankit's Final Kashmir Video: Once upon a time, I saw a dream, that I'm in Kashmir. This story is about making that dream come true. Thank you, Kashmir. Oh my God. [inaudible] [inaudible]