You just might have a new calling here! I quite like having a personal tour that includes audio (with a lovely accent, at that). The scenery is beautiful! My only suggestion might be that you slow down just a wee bit on some of those pans so I can take it all in better. :)I hope you'll do more of these for us - perhaps at some of the ruins you visit.
Oh I don't know about new calling, but I'll put up a few now I can do it without turning the internet connection into a deer track rather than a communications highway.Yes, it can be very lovely but it tends to hide rather nasty history. In 1798 a group of republican insurgents attempted to do like the States did but got slaughtered.
Yes, beautiful scenery and an equally beautiful narrative. Walks such as this are good for the soul.
Thanks Bob. I think so too.
Are you using a tripod? If not, you are able to turn and remain remarkably steady.
Yes, you cannot really make a video handheld, you'd give the viewer seasickness. But I must get the focus pulling and zooming better. Plus I must discover how to change out lenses and keep the continuity going. Iffen you even can do so.The odd thing is the tripod was one of the things I'd intended to change out for it's one of those aluminum ones with plastic fittings. To one that fitted better to hiking. But this one can stand still while I walk away from it and speak to the camera with a long wire mic.
Ahhhh, I love it. Gorgeous colors and lovely to get some narrative on the places you've been photographing and sharing. You had a few moment of fade in/out editing too, did you not? :) As Kelly said, I hope you keep them coming!How's the show going?
I'll get better at it. When I fixed the middle bit the start went darker. That's why the first few secs are dark.And yep, fades. Maybe one too many perhaps. :-DShow is going well enough. But I was up on Saturday and I'm certain two were removed off the wall. They were put back in a different place and bruised somewhat. They are up a week now.