VIDEO: Durham Days
We’ve been in Durham, NC for the last few days and have been having a blast meeting with several bikey folks. We’ve stayed with a Durham rider who completed Paris-Brest-Paris (thanks Branson!), met several bike commuters and have hung out with a few readers. We have been wanting to do more videos for the site ala Travel Channel (if they don’t come to you, do it yourself) and decided to try it out.
So here’s our first attempt at a little bit more produced video. It’s rough, I know. I’m shooting the video with my Lumix LX3 that has terrible sound and am doing voice-overs through the mic on the computer, but I don’t think its too bad for a first attempt. We hope to do more in the future and perhaps acquire a little better gear.
We hope you like it and if you want to see more, consider hitting the donate button on the right so we can get another hard drive!
Ken September 7, 2010 at 6:56 am
Sorry, meant to add: great first edited video! Very engaging, good mix of narration, live action, interview, etc. Well done.
Stuart Knoles September 7, 2010 at 8:47 am
Looks good on full screen. Keep cleaning the lens bubba.
Stuart Knoles September 7, 2010 at 8:50 am
Voice overs for the English language version.
Seth Vidal September 7, 2010 at 6:51 pm
the video has been passed along to some of the more-oft-read durham blogs and to one city council person who may like it for the very attractive picture you paint of durham. He seems to be connected to everyone so, if he likes it I expect it will make the rounds in our fair city.
We also passed on the info about your talk this week and the S24o to a encourage folks to come. Hoping you get a big turn out.
sara September 12, 2010 at 1:48 pm
What fun. I am really glad I got to see and hear you both in action. And Pie Friday– Would love Pie Fridays!
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I’ve been wondering how you’ve been spending the past few days in Durham. Looks like you’ve doing/seeing most everything there is to do around here! If you have time, try West Point on the Eno north of downtown (city park along the Eno River). And thanks to you and Seth V for pointing me toward Scratch. Since I don’t live downtown I was unaware of that place. I intend to take my kids there one morning very soon. Looking forward to finally seeing you two in person Friday evening. Ken K