Friday, October 21, 2011
merging images, third video
I've completed a third video, cut and merge photos. This is a technique that everyone usually wants to learn how to do in photoshop, to build a composite photo with elements out of two or several images. It was something I used to get all kinds of confused about in the beginning when I was just working off trial and error. I'd select something and then couldn't get it to go where I wanted, or inverse when I wasn't supposed to. After working along with a video or two, it became so simple! Kind of like knitting, I needed live or video instruction to learn that as well. Written tutorials with photo's just left me with snarls.
I'm not sure if I fixed the sound on the listener's end or on my own end, but I think this one is audible. Now I need to work on eliminating my "um"s!!! Forgive me, I'm just learning! It's a little frightening to think I could end up somewhere on the internet as "the worst of" either with the video's or my shutterbug album, but if I don't try I'll never grow, and this might help a few others on the way to a very gratifying hobby. Taking photo's is so much more fun when you end up with some you really like to look at! Here is the link to this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dONF2IyYRks. The great thing about going to youtube for tutorial videos is on the sidebar there are always several more related videos. Have fun!