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HuDost review and new video skillz!

I was blessed to attend and film HuDost’s  concert at Rising Tide International on April 20, 2013 (www.HuDost.com). I really wanted to capture some video to share here with everyone (see below), as reading a review just isn’t the same as catching a glimpse of the live experience through video. I also got to learn new video editing skills (yay!) and I am really excited to be pushing my creativity in new directions! The possibilites are endless and very exciting!

HuDost was joined on stage by vocalist Stephanie Heidemann (www.stephanieheidemann.com) and Julian Douglas (http://juliandouglas.com) on percussion. I was able to get a good shot of each of them for this montage below. Clockwise below: Moksha Sommer, Jemal Wade Hines, Stephanie Heidemann and Julian Douglas.

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day 5! i kill tech! parallax scrolling! whoa!

So what do I do instead of t.v.? Well, I’ve spent a lot of time searching out creativity on the internet and I’ve found some amazing things. Parallax scrolling will blow your mind if you haven’t seen it yet! Warning! This is a rabbit hole and you will be lost for a while! This site http://speckyboy.com has the best collection I’ve seen of this dramatic effect.

Specky says:

The parallax scrolling effect, now a firm design trend, is a technique that uses multiple background images that move at different, yet synchronized, speeds as the user scrolls down (also, less popularly, horizontally) a web page. The overall effect gives the viewer a seamless and intriguing browsing experience that just looks damn good!

At the bootom of the page we have also included a selection of tutorials to help get yopu started.


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