Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The Nitwit Idiotic Crick in the Neck Video

Here is the Idiotic Crick in the Neck Video referenced in an earlier post,  What Am I Doing?

As mentioned in the earlier post I took the movie with my Canon Point and Shoot Camera, using the portrait orientation. I found no way to rotate the frames in the manner I can rotate a still photo.

To complicate matters more, I had to convert the *.mvi camera format to a compatible Blogger format [*.mpg4] which required downloading a trial converter software version. You will see a red watermark of the software developer as the video plays.

So find the horse liniment for the crick in the neck and watch this idiotic movie, for fun or simply skip over this post to a more sensible blog!

Room of Yard Sale Junk,
Supplies for Volunteer
Spay and Neuter Clinic

Now wasn't that movie a nominee for Oscar??? Please send your nominating submissions to The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences!

More seriously, I will try to do better in my next attempt. Surely I can find a way to hold the camera in landscape format.

Some photographic workshops I've attended noted photographers tend to prefer either the portrait or the landscape format which reflects the way their eye composes. Mine has always been portrait; it is such a strong preference, I hold the camera that way almost automatically.

Thanks, for tolerating my perverse humor. Perhaps my next post will return to sanity.



jinksy said...

I'd bag the hat, if I was nearby!

Arkansas Patti said...

Ah, who do I send the bill for pain killers to?
Not too bad really and the benificiary of the goods is a wonderful cause.

Maggie said...

OMG how funny me watching this with a hurt neck and back...hahahaha
Just dropped by to see how you are and to say hello

Small City Scenes said...

I am wondering WHY?

I am not a garage sale person either. I don't like pawing through others posessions. MB

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Ooh...another template!! This is really sharp! I like the simplicity...And I think you did really well for a first attempt at film! And your wit always makes me smile! Love it! Love, Janine XO