Another one of the skills that I am learning is editing video. Thanks to tutorials on YouTube, I managed to put the video above together as a start using Lumafusion on the iPad. I’m interested to see how this skill can develop in combination with going on bike rides around the city. It was just shot on a Samsung S9 and even though it uses slow motion, the footage is quite shaky. Going to try some other cameras for comparable results.
Just listened to an interesting podcast of searching for a song that you only remember inside your head. It’s a long one but worth a listen.
Japan is a fascinating place and I have loved visiting there. I would have loved to have lived there for a while but alas, it wasn’t possible. I’m thinking of going back there again this year. I just saw that James May of Top Gear fame has done a travel documentary on Amazon Video. I’m halfway through it and have really enjoyed it.
Loved the bits in Tokyo and Sendai so far.
I should start looking for flights soon…
I’m a huge fan of YouTube and have learnt a lot from many of the tutorial videos on there from photography to cooking. Today, I have been trying to recreate a video reconstructing the song Feel Good Inc. by Gorillaz from Point Blank Music school.
At some points in the video, I want to pause it to see the pattern in Ableton that is being shown and recreate it in BeatMaker 3 on the iPad. However, each time I pause a YouTube video, this overlay comes up when I want to see the full screen.
It would be great to have an option to turn off the overlay, especially when I paying for the premium package.
By the way, here is a link to the video in question. Highly recommended if you like to see behind the scenes of a work.
Started copying some dishes on YouTube recently. It’s much clearer how to do and follow the process of making a dish with a video than reading a recipe.This one I took from this video.
After watching this other video on how to make pesto, using jars of premade ones are over.