6 Instagram reel tutorials to make the perfect trending New Year’s video

When Instagram released their short form video Reels they easily became the most feature on the app. With Reels you can make and edit 15 to 60second multi-video clips with various effects and audios.

The Reels we have seen since have been nothing short of super impressive. Some users have blown us away with their creativity and how well edited their Reels are. An example being @officialkwame. His reels are so snazzy, we cannot get enough. Peep one of his Reels below:

Now, while some Instagram users make it look easy, we know making a Reel is not like counting 123. And knowing that it is almost New Year and a whole lot of us will want to celebrate 2022 with short clips on our socials we decided to bring you some quick tutorials to help you on your Reel way.

Additionally, these tutorials can be used all year round for your traveling, fashipn or even foodblogging reels. Have fun with them!

Take note: you may need some additional apps to get the best Reel outcome.

Here goes, check out this 6 easy Instagram Reel tutorials below:

1. Maddieducharme (Capcut App)

2. Kagitkizz (VN App)

3. Ayomifull (VN or InShot App)

4. Johnzimmer_ (Capcut App)

5. Jose.vision (Capcut App)

6. Reelstips (Capcut App)





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