Have you caught the bug for the whole VR content craze that has been sweeping the world of tech? If so, you might think you can only get your fix via downloading apps to your mobile devices. In fact, that is not the case. You can get some cool VR and even some 360 degree stuff from many of the top video-sharing sites online and for free.
Here are a few to try using the search terms “VR 360” –
A while ago I happened to come across this video and thought it may be something interesting to share. Any occasion in which people can see art being made while it happens is really cool. Agree?
As Promised, here is the info on my new e-book and where you can find it.
The advancing technology we have available to us can be an incredible and amazing thing. However, it can also be costly and difficult to utilize in some cases. This e-book is designed as a collection of 65 online and downloaded resources to help assist creative people in doing the things they love with ease and at either no cost or affordable prices.
For those artists, photographers, writers and videographer types, this book is for you. For the people who work with audio and animation, this is for you.
Order on Amazon of my author website.
Years ago, a talented musician named Anthony Rankin started out doing shows in his native Pittsburgh. After a number of albums, he took off to continue his career in the East Coast music capital of Nashville. This is the video from his latest release “Pony Tail.”
Quite a lot of art today focuses on more than one type of media. However, it’s not that often that you may find a creative effort that uses more that two at a time. This powerful video just just that.
The poem “The Dash In Between” by Youtube member Borrowed Light And Broken String and adds in intense music as well.
Be warned, it deals with some emotional subject matter but feel free to check it out in the below video.
An incredibly silly “instructional” video filled with sensory overload like you’ve never seen.
Congratulations to Julie Ann, the winner of the Vintage Photography / Videography Collection Contest! Just in case you are wondering, the correct answers are below.
TOP SHELF – Wein WP5008 Flash Meter (Germany), Hanimex 49mm Skylight Polarizing Lens Filter (Japan) and Tiffin 49mm Lens Filter (USA)
SECOND SHELF – Kodak Brownie 8 Movie Camera (USA) and External Flash (Manufacturer unknown)
THIRD SHELF – 1920’s era Kodak folding camera (USA) and AFGA Insta Folding Camera