Monday, December 19, 2011

Christmas Lights at 1127 Lake Ave (Please vote!)

Christmas Lights at 1127 Lake Ave

^ Bronner's Christmas Wonderlands

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Links to my unlisted YouTube videos (kept thus out of consideration for the folks appearing in them):

Project: 


Virginia:

  
Colorado:
  
Tennessee:


  
Wedding:


Christmas decorations:
  
Very random things:
  

Other doggie, photograph, & holiday silliness:

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkcAYAje7m4
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-_l3ljNyJs
  •  http://youtu.be/qmDdbl1WFt4 
  •  http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v366/Fkmfj/2012/?action=view&current=12.mp4
  •  http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v366/Fkmfj/?action=view&current=REFLECTIONSINEYS.mp4 
  • http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v366/Fkmfj/?action=view&current=fattyring.mp4
  • http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v366/Fkmfj/?action=view&current=bajango.mp4

And blah, blah, blog...oh, yes. Unfortunately, I cannot upload two of my college projects from last spring, because neither I nor the professor has a copy of them. :( At my request, he sent me the discs he had of mine from that course, but they were all things that I already have on YouTube. So, my edit of the airplane scene in The Day After Tomorrow (matching audio to the video) and the 30-second Las Vegas ad spot created by my partner and me (by selecting among dozens of clips, editing, choosing and adding music, and recording voice-overs) cannot be shared. 

Additionally, the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic review remains unwatchable except on specific Apple computers on the university's campus. This I may never understand. The good news is that I saved the video file on a CD; the bad news is that I don't believe we will ever find another machine to play it. It's a shame, because I was rather pleased with the way that came out, editing and all. At least the entire review is readable.

I also wish that I still had my PowerPoint projects about the Swedish film industry and Persona, Celine Dion's biography (and the paper comparing & contrasting her with Barbra Streisand), the trailer my group made in Production Foundations, my Animation I final that was a twist on a nursery rhyme ("Hush Little Baby"), my large paranormal research project for the Union County Honors Seminar course, my mini-magazine for Mass Media, etc., etc. Thankfully I have kept loads of papers, projects, and other forms of writing and work from elementary, middle, and high school, as well as college & University. I've also, of course, got my yearbook articles, evidence of having been involved in high school plays (including acting in one), and so on. While some very desirable things have been lost, I retain VERY much of my schoolwork, whether in digital or hard copy form. =]