The Photo Geek Show: Episode 3 - Behind the Scenes
In this weeks episode of the Photo Geek Show (I’m still trying different names) I responded to a question I got from a previous episode and went behind the scenes to show you how I go about making one of my “Street Photo Diary” videos. I also looked at a new project I’m working on, creating soundscapes, as an experiment.
I started by trying o find places to record the intro piece and then continued trying to get the right shots despite a number of obstacles. Once I finished shooting, I quickly show you the editing process, and a quick tip on how I use Final Cut Pro X and Motion to create a template for showing photos in my videos.
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