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I know. We had to keep it under 10 mins and struggled with transitions. As outspoken as I am in real life, can you imagine being reluctant to use my voice? I'd love to have a welcome video on my site, have tried a gazillion takes and end up going without. I've already listened to a dozen clips on audio swap and sent an email to a local band. I'm going to mark it private for now. Do you think no sound would be better?
Thanks Michel Photography is an art, a skill. My first year of shooting virtual tours I had many stitching errors and Photoshop became my new best friend. (once I had to lighten my photos 200% in photoshop) One property I had to go back to 3 times. (very very embarrassing) Then last year while on a shoot the Canon just died. No explanation. The camera store said it was an anomaly. I had to act quickly, purchase another camera and go back to the shoot. I bought the Nikon P700 supposedly the best point and click you could get (at the time) I've never had another stitching error, I still have to lighten photos some times in Photoshop (when I forget to use the flash inside) but.... it's added a few years to my life.
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