Jul 302015
 


Today, I originally intended to go the the US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, but as you can see by the threatening and rapidly moving clouds in the video next to me, thunderstorms in the area made me decide against it.
So, this attempt at cyber-interaction with Melissa seemed like a good alternative.
Both videos in this presentation were recorded with my Sony FDR-AX33 3D image-splitter rig, which I think is more interesting than using a photo when you have a subject like these moving clouds.
A 4K resolution is one of the YouTube viewing options.

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Melissa’s Sexy Food Therapy YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/mssexyfoodtherapy

Jul 292015
 


(Crap! I chopped off the ending of a video for the second time in the past week. I use a black solid overlay on the top video track, and fade that in and out for the intro and ending — just an old habit of mine — but I forgot to fade it to black at the ending! Oh, well, I’m not going to re-render, since these 4K videos take forever! At least I didn’t chop out any of the audio. :/)

Back to my split screen artsy fartsy gag with this one, using only my 4K Sony FDR-AX33 3D image-splitter rig. I really prefer movement throughout the entire frame, although sometimes still shots get the job done, e.g., when there’s nothing alive and moving in the shot.

Tim (see Tim here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEsXCpp2SVg), this is as close as I’ve gotten to a solution to visualizing people when I am talking to them via a camera. Janice and I use Google Hangouts for live, personal communication, and this the only thing I can think of that sort of resembles that environment. Since I’m a “realist”, I have to really see the person to believe it. I guess fantasy has never been my bag.

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Jul 282015
 


Chloƫ, maybe I can help you, and you can help me.
This is a response to your first YouTube video.
Do you have a personal blog, Facebook or Google+ page? If so, those will really help with your communication efforts.

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Continuing with my goal of communicating with specific people, I am attempting to interact with someone who made their first YouTube video — something I’ve always enjoyed, i.e., encouraging and helping people just getting started.
Cameras used in this one are my Sony TD30 3D camcorder (the video inset) and my Fujifilm W3 3D camera (the border/background/foreground photo).
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ChloĆ«’s first YouTube video: https://youtu.be/b5AUXCMC9yk

Jul 272015
 


This is my second recent attempt at talking to strangers.

Jadah, I felt so bad about mispronouncing your name in my first attempt, I decided to make another video for you.
Please say hello to Jen for me!

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Jen and Jadah’s website, Simple Green Smoothies: http://simplegreensmoothies.com/

Jul 242015
 


Going back to a “4K” Sony FDR-AX33 image-splitter/Fujifilm W3 3D composite for this presentation, I’m hoping to communicate with the people who posted the green smoothie “Beginner’s Luck” recipe that I plan to use as a new starting point, after many failed attempts at trying to make them without a recipe: http://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2013/12/26/green-smoothie-recipe/

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