I've started videoing art shows as a way to document them and I'm getting more than I expected. They help me remember and give me more time to see.
There are almost two hours of videos on here in little chunks. Most are between two and three minutes.
If you click the pictures, you can find my event pictures in Flickr (by clicking on the "gallery" link beneath the picture). These are all on my Youtube Playlist "Art show gallery Music" so you can play them on automatic while you are doing email and stuff. That's a good way to do it.
Here's are Terry's tiny YouTube secrets: YouTube is easy, here's how I do it.
- I upload the video from my camera.
- YouTube tells me if it's shaky and asks if I want to fix it. I say yes.
- I add music because the sounds in a gallery are awful. See Step 4.
- I edit the video, click on the musical note, then pick from YouTube's free and searchable music library. It's fun. I can have many copies of the same video with a different soundtracks - but who has time?
- I prefer ambient, 400 year old polyphony, and Schubert so far. You can search and you can ask YouTube to find clips that are the right length.
- YouTube easy and I'm getting a little better at it as I go.