Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Photo walk various places and one of my songs
I am enjoying Animoto. This is an online program where you upload your photographs and music (or use online ones that don't have copyright issues), and a video is mixed. If you don't like the first mix, you get to mix it again. I found out about this on Fleur de lisa's site and this is my second one in 24 hours, woah baby, get some "real" work done. In point of fact this is easy as pie to do and fast. I thought it might be fun for this one to use a recording of one of my original songs sung by me in 1998 combined with some of my 2006 and 2007 photographs. Click inside video to start and to stop.
Labels: music, photo walks
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Wow very nice, I like it, I have always liked watching slides with music, and this is even better with the split pictures the fade ins-
I just found your blog. I love your photos.
And my sister has survived two malignant melanomas, so I feel a real connection.
This is lovely Carver and only a teaser. A longer one please!
I see Voyager is here. She's from Vancouver too and visits my blog regularly. Another person acquainted with malignant melanoma.
What a lovely set of photos and a great song. very impressive.
Sara from farmingfriends
Hi Theresa, Voyager and JMB, thanks for your comments. Voyager, I'm sorry your sister has had to deal with melanoma. Take care, Carver
Hi Sara at Farming friends, I meant to say thank you for visiting and for your comments.
Hi Carver, I'm glad you're enjoying this site too. It's a bit addicting, being able to mix and remix the videos. It is simple and so much fun. What wonderful photos you've chosen.
I was so glad you posted about it on your site. I loved the one you did and had to try it out. Thanks for visiting me. Carver
This is just fabulous! Wonderful photos (oh, how I'm longing for autumn!!) - and a beautiful song. I agree with jmb... way too short!! :)
Thanks Sabine. The short videos are 30 seconds and you upload 15 photographs. If I upload a full song for a longer video, I would need to upload over a hundred photographs. Woah, although I have thousands of photographs, I'll have to work on a full length video over time.
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