Tibet Slideshow Test

02007-01-29 | Music | 12 comments


Please ignore the strange artifacts in the very beginning of this YouTube video. I uploaded the video three times, but the artifacts keep coming up. Anyway, I worked on this slideshow on the bus last week. Used Keynote to arrange the photos and exported the result to Quicktime. The music I used for this little test is “This Spring Release 10,000 Butterflies”, but I plan to write and record new music. I imagine the whole slideshow would be about 45-60 minutes in length.

12 Comments

  1. Mixalis

    Fantastic! The landscape is amazing. The music is so right.

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  2. mario

    Excellent

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  3. Anna

    Ottmar, beautiful images and I love “This Spring Release 10,000 Butterflies” . I loved it from the first time I heard it in Listening Lounge.

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  4. brolix

    amazing…the music and the images create landscapes within landscapes

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  5. Bret Jenkins

    Nice photographs! You have an a musical eye as well as a musical ear.

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  6. Jacqueline

    One man , one Guitar, O Vision! Brilliant!

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  7. Gudrun

    Ottmar, it is absolutely perfect!! The composition “music to pictures” shows a wonderful outcome. It’s so harmonic. I like the strong guitar part from “This Spring Release” – and you show these wooden beams over the water, hu!

    Perhaps you will build in an effect or a picture for a little smile (schmunzeln). I mean not a joke, only a little lovely smile. You understand me?

    When I saw this video the first time, at the end the mindfulness bell rang. What a random.

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  8. Jill

    Now, THAT is cool. I’m going to watch it again. Thanks.

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  9. rein

    Beautiful song, my mom got teary the first 3,000 times she listened to it in the car. :)

    What a wonderful video, thanks :)

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  10. laurie

    i am struck by how the land at first is vast and intimidating and then within your images the delicateness and beauty of it come in – the music has some of those same qualities. (i do not know your experience from this trip but i feel sure you already have music coming forth that will be even more connected to your images and yor time there)

    the light, the color…so many feelings come up – beautiful

    thanks for the glimpse inside the process…

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