Originally Posted by markr041
.......Anyone else have video slide shows to share?
[Nobody prints pictures anymore, so this may be the most convenient way to share pictures. You can always pause the video to study a particular still.]
I like it and agree with you.
Which NLE did you use? Your stuff always seems to be a little sharper than my stuff. Could it be the software?
You should add some music! Take a trip through the Vimeo music store. They seem to be doing that service very well.
I'll take that bait! On my recent trip to the Grand Canyon, my goal was to capture the texture and color in the highest photo quality I could and weave it all into a video. I think I posted a link in another topic, but it won't hurt to post it here too.
The video is mostly stills that were HDR processed, mixed with some video clips and then I added a little pan and zoom.
The stills have more detail on my computer screen prior to PP. I'm working at moving them through my NLE and through Vimeo's processor to get more of the detail in the originals.
[RE: Nobody prints pictures...] Going counter to the flow, I just bought a new Canon photo printer with 8 ink cartridges and the capacity for 13"x19" prints. I think it costs about $3 per print. The RX100 detail is prints far beyond what I achieved when a had a wet color darkroom and 35mm Nikons in the 70s. FWIW, Photoshop Elements outsells Premier Elements by a lot, iKea has a huge frame section and Walmart, Walgreens and Costco have busy printing services.
Short term, I've worked at mixing and learning two forms of graphic arts, photo and video. Long term, I want to expand that.