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Old 01-20-2012, 02:23 AM   #13
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I think the idea of videos to explain your photos is a really creative one! On the web, one needs to engage with the audience and I think that's a really good way to do it.
Thank you Lois!

I've had the idea for a long time (as part of defining my 'mix') - without any definite planning as to 'when'. Then a few days ago a RedBubble member replied to my comment to one of her photos from Beijing, referring to what for her was a defining sound of BJ (no longer heard)... and I remembered my little video and decided to get started right now.

Now I have to go and prepare and post some of my Beijing photos to RedBubble, and then link them together. (Learn how to, first, for the YT end.)

Meanwhile I'm familiarizing myself with the workings of deviantArt and selecting groups to join that my work (there) may fit into. There's some really awesome work around there, too.

   
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