Best Places to Make a Musical.ly Video

 

Now you can step up your game!

 

 

Musical.ly is one of the most versatile video editing apps out in the market right now and its magic partly relies on the fact that it can let you express your creativity anytime and anywhere. Its limits are only matched by the user’s creativity. We know that there’s a lot of talent out there, so how do you make your musical.ly stand out?

 

What most musers don’t realize is people don’t watch musical.ly videos to stare at faces; they watch videos to be entertained. So what better way to do that than to take them to see a whole new world? To help you out, here are some of the best places to take a musical.ly video!

 

1.     Theme Parks

Theme parks are always lively and full of magical moments just waiting to be captured on your phone. What’s great about this type of location is that you can always find more than willing participants in your video with so many fun mascots roaming the grounds. Who wouldn’t want to see Mickey and his friends rocking out with you?

 

 

2.     Balconies

Feeling romantic? Why not take a page off Romeo and Juliet for some dramatic balcony music videos? What better way to convey your loving, longing feelings to your viewers by bringing out your acting chops for your rendition of Say Something by Christina Aguilera.

 

You can even try out this nifty little trick this cute kid made.

 

 

3.     Inside your car

EDSA traffic has birthed countless time-wasters from car selfies to hugot posts, so why not take it a step further and let your imagination go wild? If you’re safe about it, a relatively spacious car is an awesome place to film a musical.ly. Just stick your camera on the dashboard and have a free moving background! Just make sure you aren’t driving because that would be dangerous to you and fellow motorists. 

 

 

4.     Underwater

Taking your camera underwater provides a whole new dynamic of filming because of the unpredictability the water brings and the lighting. You can never guess what awesome angles and footage you’ll catch, making for a spontaneous shoot, since you can’t really control how you and the stuff around you look like while submerged. So what are you waiting for? Jump in!—just make sure your phone is waterproof or in a waterproof case.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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