It’s a temporary title, I might change it to “ From Amaranth to Zantedeschia”. The theme I had done in my slide-AV days, some people called it “Veg-City” after the big fruit + veg retailer. Scanning slides was not an option for this AV. BloomBoom is not a garden show, that will be a different Audio-Visual, more about home gardening with its joys and tribulations ( mainly pests, sharing the fruits of one’s labour).
That little spider on the Poppy I only noticed, once I had transferred the images to the PC.
Feb. 2018. Presently I have my “BloomBoom” 70% finished. This 1-minute MP4 file is about 7.7 MB, resolution 800 x 450 pix. I extracted 3 parts, one for each section of the sound. Very slow beginning, medium-pace middle and a really fast end.
The clip includes the transition from medium to fast pace at the poppies.
The overlay on seven of the yellow coreopsis blooms you just saw briefly, coming in from left to right, synced with the beats: 1-2-3-4-5-6—7. A special effect, not done with any of these “300 new effects in our new…………version”
Just recently our (outgone) chairlady at the local photo club urged the dwingling membership to go into Audio-Visual making, after all “you will have thousands of images on your harddrive, so what’s stopping you to make AVs?” That’s the same old ignorance, as long ago a viewer asked me after a slide-AV screening: “I got boxes and boxes of slides stacked away, will you help me to make AVs?”
AV makers will know that the above sentiment is certainly not the the right way to make meaningful AVs or Videos.
In the Harold Porter Botanical Garden.
My idea of “50 /50” means 50 meters – 50 km. So far 80% of my subjects I find within our gardens and for more inspiration there is the Harold Porter Botanical Garden about 25 km from here. That’s where my motto “travelling light” comes in, photographically and environmentally. I keep my compact camera until it gives up. It’s the second one since 2006.
A 12 – second sequence took me really very long. Now I’m thinking up more complicated szenes. Some ideas work, others don’t.