This long, "Slow TV" upload remains my most viewed upload on Folktopia.
Taking a fresh look at this piece for Montana Public Television. It was shot in the later days of DV on a $0 budget. Does it hold up?
My daughter has usurped my YouTube channel, so I've decided to publish my creative projects under a new name, Folktopia. I'll focus on chill backyard builds, mods, fixes, and maker eye-candy, from a learner's perspective.
Take a look at the channel trailer. If you're interested in similar things, join me!
Camp life at home on YouTube.
I did not include information about my custom machined ball bearing mount in my article for Pulse.
You read my article on LinkedIn:
Working toward full scale and trying out different mediums, ranging from milk paint on raw wood to spray paint.
I went looking for an h.264 accelerator, and I maybe found a new NLE? A FCX replacement? My partner used Davinci Resolve on our last doc for color grading. For me, I didn't even have the horsepower at work to install Resolve let alone on my aging macbook pro at home, so I lost interest.
I'm sorry to say that i've been feeling like I'm resigned to live with FCX. And I don't feel that way about any of the other Apple software. I'm not in love with Premier either. So, I'm excited to try out Resolve 12. I'll see if I can install it first though.
@madisonlibrary has put together a great series of events previewing the '15 WFF. I'll be at the 3/27 event reprising The Round Barns of Vernon County from last year's WFF. I'll do a Q&A along with two other filmmakers. Thanks to librarian Jaime Vache for the invitation to me and co-director Shahin Izadi. Shahin can't be at the event, but will cheer me on from Philadelphia.
"The fun continues at the 3rd annual Pinney Mini Film Fest on Friday, March 27 from 6-8 pm. Enjoy screenings of three films that played at the 2014 WFF and enjoy Q&A sessions with the film Directors themselves!"
Date: Friday, March 27
Madison Public Library, Pinney Branch
204 Cottage Grove Rd.
Madison, WI 53716