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Sunday, June 23, 2013

We have to learn multimedia for one of my classes, so I thought I would play around some today learning how to use Windows Movie Maker using some great Fitspo pictures I found online, mostly on tumblr. I hope you enjoy. I look forward to your feedback. It's my first movie, so I have lots to learn. Please let me know how I can be better.

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    This is so inspiring Lisa! Thank you for sharing with all of us. I truly appreciate the work put into this video blog and the inspiring pictures you utilized within it. Congratulations on a great job! emoticon
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    Wow! That was wonderful! You did a great job. It's hard to believe it was your first movie! Keep up the good work... you are an inspiration. emoticon
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    Lisa, Great ideas you have put together, love pics with a saying. Video looks great. Thought I'd share that I took a required (with my photography degree) class on video, and I was a lover of the transitions, fades etc, and the first thing they told me was to lose them. Try it. I fought it at first, though they told me the mind accepts the transition better with no transition. And also told me to go home and watch tv, and see how unquestioningly our minds shift with no transitions.
    1764 days ago
    Wow, Lisa!! That's a great collection of pictures and an inspiring video. I love the one of the woman running where her shadow is all hunched over, out of breath. Where did you find all of these? You don't by chance have an awesome pinterest board of your collection or something like that, do you?
    1764 days ago
    That was great Lisa, and its so true the statements. I love the music with it. You did a great job.
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