Test edit Photographing the unseen – the housework fairies feedback welcome

This has not been straight forward. I’m thinking about presenting a mix of video and images, all will be on Instagram with a (currently) unique hashtag but also on my blog as jpg/mov files. There is still a bit of work to do in that the power point image needs reshooting and one of the videos needs a couple of seconds trimming from the length. A couple could do with a little tweak in PS too but on the whole no major changes planned.

For video, I need two of the three below – the boats  and one of the washing machine ones. I think my preference is for the blue fairy and the way she becomes visible/invisible depending on whether the laundry is there to define her or not. The sequencing will start with the power socket, then the video of the boats I think, jpgs as shown below with a llaundry video to follow the laundry dial shot.

 

 

For the jpgs, I have listed them below and indicated where I need to make a choice between different versions of the same shot.

 

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2 thoughts on “Test edit Photographing the unseen – the housework fairies feedback welcome

  1. Catherine February 1, 2018 / 9:56 pm

    Definitely the third video for me.I’m not sure about the penultimate jpeg, Is this the boats? If so then the video fo the filling bath is the best choice I think.

    You’ve really got me wanting a housework fairy all of my own now!

  2. sarahjanefield512666 February 2, 2018 / 5:16 pm

    I’m not sure why but I really responded to the one of the unicorn and lightning on the washing machine. I like the mundane swish of the washing machine coupled with the picture in the video too.

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