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Edward Fielding

1 Year Ago

Creating Video Content For Hungry Eyeballs

People are starving for things to watch. Why not take this stay at home time to produce some content for people stuck at home?

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Peggy Collins

1 Year Ago

Nice one, Ed!

And funny you should mention it.. I just started a new YouTube channel the day before yesterday. For maybe two years I've been videotaping 30-second nature clips, always with the idea of putting them on YT. I finally got around to doing it. I'm going to try to upload daily. Here's my first one.



 

Mario Carta

1 Year Ago

Yeah Ed, I'm all for that!

 

Edward Fielding

1 Year Ago

So happy that I have my new computer and it's not blue screening anymore! The old one used to crash all the time during video editing.

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 

Been into creating original animation for several years ...fun     :)


 


 

Peggy Collins

1 Year Ago

Here's another quickie of a big flock of gulls taking off in unison. This was taken just after the herring spawn when all the birds congregate to feast.

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 

...and, one of my favs  ;)


 

Peggy Collins

1 Year Ago

I love your videos, Carmen! Very original.

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

;)  

Thanks Peggy. Fun thread ...enjoying everyone's shares. Your gulls taking off = bliss + + +, & your sea lions -- what we'll all be like when this *##***__%#%^^% is done with & we can buddy up again!

I like to keep'em short & sweet, too, like yours, keeping attention span of milliseconds in mind LOL. Also, an amazing curator that I worked with early on -- had some amazing observations on content & editing.

'"Pedestrian" he remarked on a first effort. 'Fade in, fade out -- b-o-r-i-n-g." Next studio visit -- fun seeing his eyes almost completely dilated on viewing my subsequent offering.

Not a word was spoken. Understood.   One of the best mentors of my artistic career.



 

Peggy Collins

1 Year Ago

Ha ha, yup, nothing like lying on a bunch of hot rocks and going "arr arr arr arr!" as loud as you can...something to look forward to, like you say, Carmen!

Your fish video is very cool too. Did you use the same process with that one as you did for the others?

I have another YT channel and put together some collections of some of my artwork awhile back. This one is called 20 Cats.

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 

I rarely duplicate modes/methods, Peggy. Constantly exploring possibilities.

"Arr, arr, ARR!    ;)

 

Peggy Collins

1 Year Ago

Not many people are up for that, Carmen. Good for you! We must keep ourselves entertained, right?

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 


It's always been my nature to keep digging LOL


 

Lisa Kaiser

1 Year Ago

Here is my latest work.


If you would like to see me in person painting, enjoy this short painting tutorial on creating a glass vase.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Hn13xggu7Q

 

Rita Drolet

1 Year Ago

Sell Art Online

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 
Eyeballs you say, Edward....


 

Mario Carta

1 Year Ago

Lisa, that was so authentic, so real, such an awesome experience to watch you paint and speak as you create. I personally loved it!

 
 

Roger Swezey

1 Year Ago

Carmen,

I want to thank you for getting my futile efforts to my art to move.

Way,way back, you did it for me.

Thanks again

https://fineartamerica.com/showmessages.php?messageid=436625


By the way, I'm still not getting much of my stuff to move

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 
Roger,

You're very welcome.Fun looking back at your link to the discussion post.

Night before last my husband was coaching his guitar students via Skype and I smiled hearing his encouraging ways.

Apparently, he and I have that in common   :)

It's all about moving





This was one on my first audio/video synced pieces working with Adobe After Effects -- so much fun.

Although After Effects is a bit of a bear to work with, I'm rather fond of bears.   ;)

 

Roger Swezey

1 Year Ago

Carmen,

I remember so dearly, those fascinating creations of yours where we were allowed to participate in

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 

For You, For Rest.   You know who you are   ;)
 


 

Ronald Walker

1 Year Ago

I keep seeing hungry eyes chasing people to try to devour them.

 

Lisa Kaiser

1 Year Ago

Is there a benefit to vimeo?

Right back at you Mario. I love watching you perform and the lovely spooky music choices!!!!

 

Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago

 

I use both YouTube & Vimeo.

Began using Vimeo several years ago, I like the presentation/format.

YouTube was my 'go to' back in 2012 or so. I created this sequence of my grandmother's life from photos age 3 to 97.

It's a portion of a larger commissioned biopic, Arcana. Exhibit details: https://carmenhathaway.com_Platform



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Mario Carta

1 Year Ago

Thank you Lisa, Vimeo is really a great platform to have videos hosted at, NO ADS ever placed on the videos like YTube, I find that a big benefit. :-)

This video was a stroke of pure luck, I had no intentions of capturing vultures being attracted to my my drone in one of my first attempts at going to the maximum allowed heights. I was worried the vultures would attack my drone, they would have easily out flown the drone if they wanted to.


 

Alison Frank

5 Months Ago

Another promo video featuring a few of my bird works. You can view here or on my NaturAli Images Facebook business page:














 

Maggie Terlecki

5 Months Ago

Thank you ever so much, Bob! Much appreciated! :-) Maggie

 

Chuck Staley

5 Months Ago

Here's one I did in 2009 when I was just starting out with my free Microsoft website.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJz9EF8Ka5w

 

Edward Fielding

5 Months Ago



36 views in two years - come on now. Good grief.

 

Edward Fielding

5 Months Ago

One of my more popular videos -

 

Bob Decker

5 Months Ago

Latest attempt. I have a lot to learn about creating and editing video.

 

Edward Fielding

4 Months Ago



Strange, odd, compelling...

 

Carmen Hathaway

4 Months Ago

 

In keeping with the premise of 'shelter in place' — an asylum, in the time of Covid. 

 

Xenia Madison

4 Months Ago

Great thread here. Thank you!

I create my digital abstract paintings in Procreate. I love using the video time lapse feature. Hope this works. Here’s my link to post on IG.


https://www.instagram.com/p/CMYrG13H4IY/?utm_medium=copy_link


-Xenia
https://xenia-madison.pixels.com/

 

Robert Yaeger

4 Months Ago

One minute video for your viewing pleasure!
https://www.instagram.com/p/COge0x1pdpw/
Sound on, please.

 

Maggie Terlecki

4 Months Ago

 

John Emmett

4 Months Ago

 

Bob Decker

4 Months Ago

 

John Emmett

4 Months Ago

 

John Emmett

4 Months Ago

 

Jason Fink

4 Months Ago

My first video showing how my latest image, "Fog on the Valley, Magenta Skies" was created in post process, for fine art photography purposes.

 

John Emmett

3 Months Ago

 

Bob Decker

3 Months Ago

My latest attempt. Finding photos in the visual chaos of the forest in the summer.

 

John Emmett

2 Months Ago

 

Matthias Hauser

1 Month Ago

Short and Sweet Acrylic Pouring (Fluid Art) Video. See how I make a Ring Pour. Watch time for this video is less than 2 minutes. Enjoy!

 

Watto Photos

1 Month Ago

I created this channel where I have been uploading short clips of anything I photograph around the Uk.

 

John Emmett

1 Month Ago

 

James McCormack

1 Month Ago

This did well on Pinterest, people like process.

https://pin.it/668Mfpp

 

Shana Rowe Jackson

1 Month Ago

 

John Emmett

21 Days Ago

 

John Emmett

7 Days Ago

 

David King Studio

7 Days Ago

I stopped making videos for a while, I decided to start again. This one is different than my usual video, a vlog style video with a tour of Big Cottonwood Canyon in fall color.

 

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