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What a mess, out of focus, stops way too soon, somebody help this poor idiot lol. Well at least least the story's good.
Not bad for your first one. I'd just start with finding a tripod or something to keep the camera stable and on a singluar focal point. I once used a lazy-susan from the cabinet to pan from side to side.More, please!!
Hey, you're doing better than me! I'm yet to post a video of my own. *M* http://learningtoadapt.blogspot.com
Very cool! I didn't know that! Pluse How did you get youtube on there??
Sorry, I'm the LAST person you'd want 'help' from!! But I really would like to hear the rest of the story!! (And DON'T be calling my friend an idiot!! LOL!!)
Wasnt Osiris killed by Colonel O'Neill from SG1?:o)
You are pretty ambitious ... anyway, I fought a few times in Newark,NJ ... there are some ROUGH SPOTS in that town (remember, born and raised in Detroit her)Like your journal says ... DARE TO THINK, and reading you, that is what I do!
I actually enjoyed it you were very brave and clever ,to attempt this ,Great story..What a lovely tree sweet smelling and peaceful ....I love your accent ..love Jan xx
I am sure that Quentin Tarantino started out with the same raw talent. Good story irrespective of the quality of the film. Good first effort and I have put a voice to the face and that was pleasing. Lainey
Wish I could get my video up and running. Good job!
Hey, that's probably better than I could have done!
Wow!! Technical nuts and bolts will improve with practice but importantly YOU swung for the fence in your first effort.Though I thought Bob Dylan "married Isis on the fifth day of May" (grin).Best of holiday wishes!Caregivingly Yours, Patrickhttp://caregivinglyyours.blogspot.com/
I thought it was charming, Cathy. And when I concentrated on the story, I forgot all about the camera focus issue. Do more of these!As for the comment about your accent, I don't understand. Everybody I know here in Jersey City talks the same way. You know what I'm sayin', or what?Happy Thanksgiving, dear...Benhttp:/ben-better_left_unsaid.blogspot.com/
I thought it was fabulous. The out of focus seems to be hard to help as your camera takes a moment to focus as it moves from subject to subject. But it certainly did not ruin anything. The idea was wonderful, too. I was rivoted and can't wait to see your next try. Practice, you know, makes perfect. PS You're a good story teller. Would like to hear the end some day.xoMJ
You have done well Cathy! I enjoyed listening to the story and your lovely voice.I wish I had the confidence to do what you have just done but I haven't got a clue. One day I might just sit down and take the time to learn.Congratulations on your first attempt. Well done YOU!JugsJeanie xx
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