Western dancers, please, just please, stop with zoom and camera changing, it's just AWFUL !!!So this tweet popped up in my twitterfeed recently and it had me thinking about my own editing. When I work on a new video, and it has multiple cuts (ie. different angle shots from the same take, a zoom shot with a out shot, multiple takes, etc.), those type of videos for me tend to take some time because I take GREAT care of how I edit a video.
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014
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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Oh man, I haven't felt this tired after a con in a long while (probably SDCC last year.) Having to work during the seven days before the con was really tiring, and somehow I still had the energy to get through Conji. I didn't post too many twitter statuses as I usually would during a con out of partial guilt to my co-workers at work who had to work during the weekend while I was the only one who had the weekend off. Luckily, everything regarding the family business was pretty quiet during the weekend - only requiring me to leave the con on friday for two hours to deal with a minor issue. It was unfortunate that was the time a lot of good things were happening at the Free! pool party that I saw pics and cell phone footage of later in the day.
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
So it's been about two days now since the end of the 2014 version of Anime Los Angeles and I'm just getting to making this post now. I'm totally bad, lol.
Anyway, I'll be featuring some of the photos I took post-jump when they're done (hopefully it won't take months) as well as the dance covers I shot at the con (the photo above is a preview of all of them.)
(EDIT - All the photos (edited) are up, so just the dance videos that have to be done now.)
Saturday, December 14, 2013
So I'm on my blog that I seldom post on to announce something pretty exciting for those who watch my YouTube channel! I'm going to be posting a lot of new videos in a span of seven days leading up to Christmas Eve, as a present to all! This means I'll be hard at work editing, rendering, and posting videos on my channel in a massive pace. This will be the highest amount of videos I have posted on my channel ever in a seven day span, so I hope you'll all look forward to it! I'm actually worried that I might not even have enough footage, or that I won't get to it all (sorry if that actually comes to pass.) So, follow this thread or follow my YouTube channel and check it out! Below is a general idea of what videos will be released on a particular day:
- Day 1 - New Videos! -- Seriously, new dance covers!
- Day 2 - Alternate Shots -- These are videos that are alternate shots to videos already put up throughout the year.
- Day 3 - The Backlog -- These are videos that for some reason have not be released within 30 days after they were filmed.
- Day 4 - The Trash Bin -- These are videos that were trashed because of various reasons, including negative viewer feedback, bad editing, bad filming, and other such stuff.
- Day 5 - Convention Play -- Videos filmed at conventions that have not been released, including my first try at a Cosplay PV!
- Day 6 - Blooper Reel -- The funny moments between takes and those silly outtakes - being shown for the first time outside the meetup group!
- Day 7 - Christmas Live! -- Christmas Eve ends the Seven Days of Video Goodness with the performances filmed at the Balboa Park December Nights event from the San Diego K-Pop Flash Mob and The Mochi Maid Cafe!
Friday, November 22, 2013
BTW, I have photos of all the Nendoroids I bought over the past few months at cons and online. The list is Kirito, Miho Nishizumi, Hayate Yagami, Snow Miku 2013, Miku Yukata ver., Madoka Maiko ver., Len & Rin Append ver., and Deep Sea Girl Miku & Madoka expansion set 1. You can find them on the reddit post I put up.
Now, on to the cutie above - it's none other then Yukari Tamura! Yukarin is actually a real person - thus making this Nendoroid of her one of the more rare Nendoroids as the only other people who have had Nendoroids made of them so far is Kamui Kobayashi, Joy Max, Linkin Park, Nana Mizuki (who I have ordered as well!), and T.M. Revolution. Next to her box is Nanoha Takamachi - one of the many anime characters she has voiced over the years and is one of my all-time favorite anime characters. She has also voiced Talim of Soul Calibur - my favorite game character of all time (she's the lovely girl on the left on the background of this blog.)