I guess I should have cleaned up the shop before the tour, but I was so excited after borrowing the camcorder that I just had to jump on it and start using up digital tape as quickly as I could. Thank you TOM!!!!! What did I have wrong?
Here is TheAggie’s shop video for the Challenge 02 contest. I just hit the highlights of my shop, not all the little nuts and bolts laying around.
It’ll be apparent that I have no idea what I’m doing…, but did the best I could…Schroeder
Nothing like getting it done at the last minute… This was a new thing for me since I’ve always just shot still photos. I learned a lot and scratched my head a lot too. Since I did it with a small handheld camera rather than an actual video camera, I learned about editing to make one movie. The video snippets themselves are not heavily edited except for transitions so the speaking audio is raw. See if you can keep count the “umm…” comments. I did add some music as...
Sorry, no digital video access – did the best I could with I had. Couldn’t find music I wanted and no mic on the computer to narrate. Silent movies!
Here are two samples of shop tours I did. Both are very long, so its not the greatest example. But you get the idea. :) This is the original Episode 2- The King and His Castle: And this is the updated shop tour that was recorded LIVE on 5-6-07. This one is even longer due to the live Q&A. It was a blast though. Good luck to everyone!! Oh and I almost forgot. There are some great fee tutorials over at http://freevlog.org if you need more info about getting video on t...
This is the first post to this blog that I have made. That is only becasue I blog at my own personal blog. But I thought it would be cool to enter this challenge. So here’s my entry to the challenge at hand. This was a blast to make. I thought I would give you all glimspe into what goes on in my normal day while here at school. Hope you all like it. Kaleo
Well, here goes!Boy was this an interesting process. I don’t own a video camera and so I had to use the built-in iSight on my MacBook. That means that I had to walk around holding my laptop, trying to watch where I was walking, balance the computer in my hands, think, and chew gum all at the same time! I purposely didn’t tidy up the shop prior to filming. 1) I was taking a break from a project in process and 2) well, this is probably its “natural” state. Hopefully ...
If you are interested, take a tour of my small shop. This video is not very professional and refers to some Aussie specific stuff which I won’t bother explaining. Hope you enjoy.
Hi Folks! Here is my first entry in my lumberjocks blog. A video shop tour for challenge02. I maintain a smallwoodworking Blog – Mots Woodworking Blog, and a small tool review blog – Mot's Tool Blog over at Blogspot. I also keep an up2date photo essay of my current and past projects at my Picasaweb Album for K and T Woodworking. K and T Woodworking is just the name of my shop, named after the initials of my children. Thanks for watching!
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