There are a million incredible places in the world, but the continent that keeps drawing me back is Asia. The reasons are numerous why I always return, it's the colours though that continue to capture my attention and imagination no matter where I go. I'm looking foward to returning again at least a few more times, and hope to see something new every time I step foot in a different country. Where do you love to travel to and why?
Hi Angela I know just what you mean about Asia, many great locations. I'm a 'travelaholic' !! Most of my work is travel based and so far, in the last 12 years, I have visited 88 countries. My favorite location in Asia is Myanmar (Burma). This is a photographers paradise, an amazing country. (see my collection 'Myanmar') Other favorite locations are: Antarctica, Patagonia, Greenland, New Zealand, India, Nepal, Bhutan, the Maldives, the Galapagos Islands, the Okavango Delta in Botswana.....and.......and...... So many wonderful places. One lifetime is not enough!
I grew up here in this land, there are many different cultural and historical background, of course, each photographer art vision different from country to country. Your observation is very attentive, photos were taken very beautiful, congratulations!
Earlier on this year I made a resolution to branch out into other mediums, and video was one of the ones that seemed to have the most potential. You can do so much with it, and video can be an excellent tool for empowerment when taught to others. AS a female, I see what's out there and I think we can do much better...no one really needs to know if you got a nose job, have lots of cleavage or know what purchases you make every single day. I get to see so many amazing things that it would be a shame not to find different ways of sharing them.
Here is the second attempt to make a short movie, but as you can see I have a long way to go.
One like from me :) nice try, keep working. I dream that some day DT will accept video footage... :) No, transitions are not good at all. Please forget about transitions, this is my "pearls of wisdom" for you. I worked in video editing many years, trust me. Using transitions is a way to cover jumps and label you as "amateur" (a jump cut occurs when you have two consecutive shots with the exact same camera set up, but a difference in the subject). Seawatch1 advices are good, follow him.
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