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Old Oct 10, 2010, 2:50 PM   #1
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I know purists don't like video But I have continued in my quest to use mix my photos (mainly birds) in with video I shoot..
I have tried to make a short film of autumn colour and reflections. I tried to find the colour in unusual places and was lucky enough to find two tiny silver and gold slow worms. The silver slow worm was soo tiny it was no longer than my thumb !
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Old Oct 10, 2010, 6:05 PM   #2
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Hey Alex

Watched the video .. and that was nicely put together with a good mix of stills mixed in with video. Well done mate.. esp for takign that pic of the barn owl!

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Really enjoyed watching that; it was very well done with a great sense of style. How do you add the still to your video?

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Really enjoyed watching that; it was very well done with a great sense of style. How do you add the still to your video?

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Thanks for the comments.. Putting stills in video (whether you have video footage or not) is quite simple.
Download a free trial of something like corel video studio and just drag the photos you want into the timeline... A nice way to show your photos like a slideshow on youtube.

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Thanks for the comments.. Putting stills in video (whether you have video footage or not) is quite simple.
Download a free trial of something like corel video studio and just drag the photos you want into the timeline... A nice way to show your photos like a slideshow on youtube.

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Thanks for the 'how to' and the youtube video.
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